Biffy Clyro delivered a sensational show at Scarborough Open Air Theatre.
The rock superstars delighted thousands of fans with a set which included such anthems as Mountains, Howl, The Captain, Many Of Horror and new single Balance, Not Symmetry. The Scarborough OAT show – Biffy Clyro’s only date on the UK mainland this summer – was the warm-up for the band’s headline set at the Isle of White Festival on Sunday. Relive the show through these pictures.
The Scottish rock trio played to a packed crowd.
Frontman Simon Neil entertains the crowd.
Bassist and singer James Johnston.
The band played all their hit singles including UK top 10 smash Mountains.
Simon performed an acoustic version of Machines.
As it got darker the colourful stage glowed.
The set list got the crowd going in the standing area.
The rockers really put on a show with confetti and fire featuring in some of the songs.
The lead singer took to the stage in a white tuxedo before removing the jacket after a few songs to play shirtless, which the band is know for.
Biffy Clyro is made up of Simon Neil, left, on guitar and lead vocal with twin brothers Ben and James Johnston on drums and bass respectively.
After shouts of encore from the crowd the band returned to the stage for a final few songs.
The front man took time to give his guitar picks to the crowd after the final song.