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Biffy Clyro drum player talks forthcoming LP
And Ben Johnston, who plays the drums in the band Biffy Clyro has talked about that topic in a recent chat with NME, linking it to the band's newest collection of songs.
"When you're younger you want bands to be just your band. When these bands get more well-known and bigger it's common to just fade away from them," he said.
But the drummer went on to say that Biffy Clyro have no desire to have their fans desert them, adding that he hoped they could pull "lost fans" towards them again using their upcoming LP.
That LP is titled The Land At The End Of Our Toes/The Sand At The Core Of Our Bones, and takes the form of a double album.
The singer Matt Cardle released a cover of a Biffy Clyro track shortly after winning The X Factor in 2010.
Published by AW.Posted on 8 May 2012 11:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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