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Biffy Clyro MTV Unplugged Tour

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Despite being renowned for their energetic live shows, Biffy Clyro will be stripping back their usual explosive performance regime for a softer sound as they prepare to hit the road with their MTV Unplugged tour this September.

Biffy Clyro will also release their first acoustic album ‘MTV Unplugged: Live at Roundhouse London’ on 25 May 2018, recorded at the venue in November last year. Other notable bands and artists to have previously performed as part of the iconic MTV series include Nirvana, Oasis, Pearl Jam, R.E.M. and George Michael.

The performance will make its global premier in the UK on Friday 25 May at 9pm on MTV and 10pm on MTV Music.

The set will include fan favourites from Biffy’s catalogue of tracks such as ‘Machines’, ‘Many of Horror’, ‘Re-arrange’ and ‘Medicine’, which naturally lend themselves to the acoustic setting. Louder tracks like ‘The Captain’, ‘Black Chandelier’ and ‘Bubbles’ will however be stripped back for the unplugged set.

Biffy Clyro MTV Unplugged Tour Dates:

Dublin The Helix, 15 Sept
Belfast Waterfront, 16
Cardiff St David’s Hall, 18
Birmingham Symphony Hall, 19
Edinburgh Usher Hall, 21
Manchester Opera House, 22
London Royal Albert Hall, 24

Tickets on sale Friday (11 May) at 9am from Ticketmaster See Tickets

Pre-order the album from the official Biffy Clyro store to receive a pre-sale code for the upcoming September tour here

Alongside the more familiar tracks, the album will feature a cover of the Beach Boys’ classic ‘God Only Knows’ as well as brand-new original song ‘Different Kind of Love’. Check out the full tracklist below:

‘The Captain’
‘Biblical’
‘Re-arrange’
‘Drop It’
‘Black Chandelier’
‘Folding Stars’
‘Different Kind Of Love’
‘Mountains’
‘God Only Knows’
‘Opposite’
‘Small Wishes’
‘Bubbles’
‘Medicine’
‘Many of Horror’
‘Machines’

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