Biffy Clyro Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Biffy Clyro Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Many Of Horror
2 Booooom. Blast And Ruin
3 Christopher's River
4 Whorses
5 27
6 Know Your Quarry
7 Bubbles
8 Wave Upon Wave Upon Wave
9 Mountains
10 Machines
11 Cloud Of Stink
12 Born On A Horse
13 Love Has A Diameter
14 Bodies In Flight
15 Questions and Answers
16 The Captain
17 Scary Mary
18 The Go-Slow
19 Some Kind Of Wizard
20 Help Me Be Captain
21 Once An Empire
22 Party On
23 That Golden Rule
24 Joy.Discovery.Invention
25 Living Is A Problem Because Everything Dies
26 Toys Toys Toys Choke Toys Toys Toys
27 Justboy
28 A Man of His Appalling Posture
29 With Aplomb
30 Strung To Your Ribcage
31 A Day Of
32 Semi-Mental
33 The Weapons Are Concealed
34 Who's Got A Match?
35 Eradicate The Doubt
36 Hero Management
37 Kill The Old, Torture Their Young
38 9/15ths
39 God & Satan
40 All the Way Down: Prologue / Chapter 1
41 Shock Shock
42 I'm Probably In Your Pocket
43 Breatheher
44 Black Chandelier
45 Solution Devices
46 Picture A Knife Fight
47 Ewan’s True Mental You
48 Sorry and Thanks
49 Drop It
50 Umbrella
51 Unsubtle
52 A Girl And His Cat
53 The Land At The End Of Our Toes
54 57
55 A Tragic World Record
56 Folding Stars
57 A Headline
58 Being Gabriel
59 Opposite
60 The Rain
61 Glitter And Trauma
62 Wooden Souvenir
63 Get Fucked Stud
64 Relief Or Fight
65 All The Way Down Chapter 2
66 The Fog
67 Thundermonster
68 Feverish
69 Time As An Imploding Unit / Waiting For Green
70 The Houses Of Roofs
71 Little Hospitals
72 Many of Horror (Live At Rockness)
73 The Atrocity
74 Break a Butterfly On a Wheel
75 Sky Demon
76 Hope For An Angel
77 Liberate the Illiterate / A Mong Among Mingers
78 The Thaw
79 Now the Action Is on Fire!
80 Fingerhut
81 Got Wrong
82 Children’s Limbs
83 Now I'm Everyone
84 Less The Product
85 Watch
86 Pocket (acoustic)
87 My Recovery Injection
88 Modern Magic Formula (Live At Friezeitzentrum, Dortmund)
89 Saturday Superhouse
90 Tradition Feed
91 Euphoria
92 Different People
93 City Of Dreadful Night
94 Only One Word Comes to Mind
95 Modern Magic Formula
96 The Ideal Height
97 A Lonely Crowd
98 Pause It and Turn It Up
99 Whole Child Ago
100 There's No Such Man as Crasp
101 Spanish Radio
102 Liberate The Illiterate
103 Fingers and Toes
104 The Conversation Is ...
105 There's No Such Thing as a Jaggy Snake
106 Convex, Concave
107 Victory Over The Sun
108 No I’m Not Down
109 The Kids From Kibble And The Fist Of Light
110 A Whole Child Ago
111 Coward
112 Pocket
113 Bonanzoid Deathgrip
114 Only One Word Come To Mind
115 Semi-Mental 4/15ths
116 Stingin' Belle
117 Trumpet Or Tap
118 When The Faction's Fractioned
119 I Hope You're Done
120 As Dust Dances/'2/15ths'
121 Sounds Like Balloons
122 Skylight
123 Let's Get Smiling
124 Boom, Blast & Ruin
125 I'm Behind You
126 Biblical
127 Accident Without Emergency
128 Stars And Shites
129 As Dust Dances
130 Diary Of Always
131 Instructio4
132 The Joke's On Us
133 Stress On The Sky
134 Woo Woo
135 Milky
136 Conversation Is

Biffy Clyro Bio

Biffy Clyro are a Scottish rock band from Kilmarnock, comprising Simon Neil (guitar, lead vocals), James Johnston (bass, vocals) and Ben Johnston (drums, vocals). After their first three albums, the band expanded their following significantly with the release of their fourth, Puzzle in 2007 creating more mainstream songs with simpler rhythms and distancing themselves from their more unusual dissonant style that was present in the previous three albums. Puzzle peaked at number 2 on the official UK album charts on the 16th of June 2007. The album went gold in the UK, selling over 100,000 units. Biffy Clyro's popularity was built upon further in 2008 and 2009 with the release of the singles "Mountains" and "That Golden Rule", which both reached the top 10 of the UK singles chart. Their latest album, Only Revolutions, reached #3 in the UK chart and went gold within days of its release in 2009, later going platinum in 2010 and was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize.

The first incarnation of what would eventually become Biffy Clyro was formed in 1995 by fifteen-year-old Ayr-based guitarist Simon Neil, who recruited Kilmarnock-born Ben Johnston and someone known as Barry on drums and bass respectively, calling themselves Screwfish. Barry was soon replaced by James Johnston, Ben's twin brother, and the three spent the next two years rehearsing, writing and covering songs.