Biffy Clyro have shared a new track ‘Balance, Not Symmetry’, taken from their soundtrack to a forthcoming film of the same name.
The trio will release a 17-track album of original material tomorrow, after director Jamie Adams enlisted their services.
“On meeting Jamie, we realised early on that we’d both had to deal with grief at a relatively young age and so it was interesting to talk about how we’d both dealt with it and the effect it had on us,” says Biffy’s Simon Neil.
“This is the main crux of the film, delving into the lonely world of grief and loss and coming out the other side.”
It’s the first full LP from the band since their ‘MTV Unplugged’ release last year. As for a bona fide studio album to follow 2016’s ‘Ellipsis’, the band posted an update in March that indicates record number eight is on the way.
They’ll also be headlining this year’s Isle Of Wight festival, which also boasts George Ezra and Noel Gallagher.
Listen to ‘Balance, Not Symmetry’ below.
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