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Exclusive New Biffy Clyro Video


Hot on the heels of hosting the exclusive of Johnny Marr's new video, ShortList brings you a first look at the new video from the mighty Biffy Clyro.

Victory Over The Sun arrives just weeks before Biffy headline this year's Reading and Leeds Festivals, which will continue their triumphant 2013 thus far; a year which has seen them sell out London's O2 Arena and be named 'Best British Band' at the NME awards.

Taken from the double album Opposites, which went to number one in February, the video sees frontman Simon Neil take the role of the frontman of a cult; many would argue that, with the rabid Biffy fanbase in place, he's already there in real life.

Victory Over The Sun is released on September 8th; Biffy Clyro play Leeds Festival on August 23 and Reading Festival on August 25



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