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Watch Simon Neil Play A New Biffy Clyro Song At Home

Holy Water isn’t on the new Biffy Clyro album, but it is raising money for the NHS

So, we’re having to wait a little bit longer for Biffy Clyro’s ninth album, A Celebration Of Endings to come out. But while on lockdown at home in Scotland, frontman Simon Neil has gifted fans a new song called Holy Water via an acoustic video performance. Only, um, it’s not going to be on the album. 

Speaking with his guitar (incidentally, in front of his mantelpiece proudly displaying his Kerrang! Awards), Simon explained, I just want to share a song with you that is not on A Celebration Of Endings, but it’s from the same session, and it felt appropriate to share it with you guys at this moment in time.” With its lyrical mentions of Demons in the hospital room, the saint is in the bed,’ and how, We don’t know what went wrong / All we believed in’s gone,’ it’s not hard to see why.

In the post on Facebook, the band are also asking those who can to join them in helping the National Health Service by donating to their NHS Charities fundraiser, which has raised over £1000 so far.

A Celebration Of Endings was originally scheduled for release in May, but has moved back to August 14 due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The band will head out on tour in support the following month. Catch them at one of the dates below.

Biffy Clyro UK tour 2020


25 Aberdeen P&J Arena
26 Glasgow The SSE Hydro
27 Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
29 Newcastle Utilita Arena
30 Birmingham Utilita Arena


01 London The O2
03 Manchester Arena
04 Leeds First Direct Arena
06 Belfast SSE Arena
09 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
11 Bournemouth BIC

Posted on April 14th 2020, 12:40p.m.
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