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biffy

(ˈbɪfi)
n. a toilet. The house we toured has a pink biffy. Can you believe it?
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Meanwhile, Biffy Clyro will headline on Saturday, less than a year after their triumphant headline slot at Leeds Festival.
After their return visit to Middlesbrough tomorrow night and the rest of their latest UK tour, Biffy Clyro are heading Stateside for the first time to take part in the massive CMJ Showcase in New York, which sees them sharing the bill with a host of international rising stars including My Morning Jacket, British Sea Power, Longwave and You Am I.
There is a theory that Biffy Clyro started out playing jagged and dissonant alternative rock before - with their fourth album Puzzle - ditching it to write mainstream, middle-of-the road crowd pleasers in an attempt to expand their fan base.
I saw Biffy play at the Martel in Falkirk with another 12 people in the audience.
Biffy Clyro have released six studio albums since 2002's Blackened Sky, through to their first No1 album, 2013's Opposites.
And he said Biffy star, Simon Neil, had also said some kind words and got in touch.
And there was something in the mix for all, from the hardcore devotees to recent followers of the Biffy bandwagon.
REVIEW Biffy Clyro LG ARENA IT WAS the gig that Biffy Clyro's bassist James Johnson claimed to be "better than last night's gig".
Rock & Pop Opposites Biffy Clyro Opposites is the epic follow-up to Biffy Clyro's 2009 release Only Revolutions.
THE line between football and rock 'n' roll were further blurred this week as Biffy Clyro made the Scottish Cup fifth-round draw.
Simon Neil of Biffy Clyro The track was written and originally recorded by the Mercury Prize-nominated rock act under the title Many Of Horror.
However, those that did come, evidently came for one thing - Biffy Clyro, the shouty Scottish rockers whose fans seem to hold them in extreme reverence.
Scottish band Biffy Clyro, Nothing But Thieves and Dublin act Fangclub have also been added to the bill.
Arguably the biggest band in Scotland right now, Biffy Clyro could have taken the easy route and rammed the Hydro for a night with a greatest hits set.