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Partly inspired by the death of frontman Simon Neil’s mother, the operatic fourth album from Biffy Clyro may initially seem like an emotionally ravaged, difficult listen. And yes, whether it’s the graveside imagery of “Machines” or the thrashing anger on “Get F****d Stud”, this is a record that unblinkingly tackles grief from all angles. But it also marks the band’s mastery of huge stadium-filling melodies. As the yearning, anthemic enormity of “Folding Stars” hits, it becomes clear—this particular puzzle is as much about perseverance as pain.

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A Method in their Mental?

A fantastic fourth album showcasing the maturing sound of one of the most entertaining and interesting bands in the world, Biffy Clyro’s “Puzzle” has some extreme differences from the earlier music whilst still maintaining what makes the band just so fantastic. One of the most noticeable changes is that there are only very slight touches of what could be called “heavy” on this album. That’s not to say the songs are at all soft! There is still distortion in abundance and all the energy of the previous albums but it seems these songs are simpler in their nature and don’t need to borrow from Simon Neil’s insane sounding cries to sell them to a listener. These are, above all, well written songs - and Biffy more than know it! This is most apparent on tracks like “A whole child ago” which, in spite of a smouldering keyboard intro, is really a stripped back and perfectly formed 3-piece song, filling your speakers in a way larger bands can only envy. Yet the one thing that may deter new listeners is something best put by the band: “These words won’t help you if you’re looking for answers”. In usual Biffy fashion, the lyrics are surrealist, colourful, and phantasmagorical – which is great – but as a result, this album is not going to make you weak at the knees. Then again, that has never been what Biffy Clyro is about (and unless one of the Prog-Pop trio decides to take an interest in poetry, it will never be what they’re about!) This is an excellent guitar album, well thought out, and in my opinion, the band’s best so far. It will be amazing to hear live and see how these songs shine among other long standing Biffy gems like “57”, “Eradicate the Doubt” and “There’s no such thing as a Jaggy Snake”. In a way, the best way to describe this album is to simply look at its art work - The music contained within is just as imaginative and wonderfully perplexing. If you want something cool, buy Razorlight. If you want to cry, buy some old Bright Eyes. But if you want to really go (Semi)mental in the best way possible, then this is the only album for you.


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Fantastic - a masterpiece!

Guiness say 'good this come to those who wait', and in terms of biffy clyro fans this is deffinetly the case. Puzzle is a supeb montage of rock wizardry! If you have never listened to biffy before this is the gateway in to true biffy love! Simon, Ben and James have created a awsome, catchy record which is more than worth the money. If you buy it of itunes, it will without a doubt be the best £7.99 you would have ever spent. TRUST! Spread the Biffy Love


Formed: 1995 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Assembling in the late '90s, in the town of Kilmarnock, near Glasgow, Scotland, Biffy Clyro featured a three-piece lineup, fronted by vocalist and guitarist Simon Neil along with James Johnston (bass) and drummer Ben Johnston. Playing loud combinations of pop/rock, inspired by the music of bands like Weezer, Biffy Clyro first started by playing their aggressive pop tunes in the nearby Glasgow club scene, eventually enjoying a stable and enthusiastic response from their audiences. After releasing...
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Puzzle, Biffy Clyro
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  • £6.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Punk
  • Released: 28 May 2007
  • Parental Advisory

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