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Biffy Clyro will release new b-sides album later this year

James Johnston, Simon Neil and Ben Johnston of Biffy Clyro attends The Q Awards at The Grosvenor House Hotel on October 21, 2013 in London, England.
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Simon Neil, frontman for the Scottish band Biffy Clyro, said the band will release a b-side album entitled “Similarities” later this year. The release will contain outtakes from the studio sessions from their last record “Opposites,” which was released in 2013. The band did a similar album for 2010's “Only Revolutions” with a compilation of outtakes entitled “Lonely Revolutions.” Neil also mentioned recording new music in 2015 when speaking with Kerrang! magazine. On the subject he stated: "We've got about four songs written on piano at the moment and we have about six or seven riffs, too. The genesis of the next album is there, I suppose. I'm not sure these new songs will make the next record or not. I think we'll record the next album in 2015."

Biffy Clyro will headline the Isle of Wight Festival 2014. The band also recently announced more dates for their North American tour. Sadly, it looks like they won't be returning to Chicago this time around. For more on Biffy Clyro, visit their official website.

For Biffy Clyro album reviews, visit Radio Not Found.

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