Biffy Clyro release new music video for ‘Space’

Biffy Clyro have shared the video for “Space,” the latest track from their new album A Celebration of Endings.

The video, directed by Joe Connor, features frontman Simon Neil as one half of a couple who pull off impressive choreography in the rain. Their moves, arranged by choreographer Steven Hogget, “operate as a metaphor for those rare relationships that endure and prosper as the years pass.”

Watch the video below.

Biffy Clyro’s new album, A Celebration of Endings, is out now. The album could earn them their third number one record. The record is currently number on the UK Album charts. Speaking with GENRE IS DEAD!, drummer Ben Johnston spoke about Balance, Not Symmetry’s influence on the album saying:

“We made the Balance album without any kind of interference from the record company. It wasn’t funded by them; it was funded by the movie, so they didn’t have much involvement at all. It was just the three of us. We made the record off the leash just going crazy. Any idea was a good idea and every song on that album almost sounds like a different band. I think we just found a lot of freedom in making that record and it definitely affected [us] going forward because we were more willing to trust ourselves to try out crazy things on A Celebration of Endings. I think it was important for the band.  We’re more sure of ourselves now. It helped us see the vision for A Celebration of Endings.”

Make sure to join Biffy Clyro today at 9 PM BST/ 4 PM ET for A Celebration of Endings and Infinity Land Twitter listening party.

Ashley Perez Hollingsworth

Ashley Perez is a freelance music journalist based in Chicago. Her work has appeared on AXS, The Crypt 1331, Chicago Innerview, New City, The Millions, and Reality-Comics. She also runs her own music blog at Radio Not Found. Some of her favorite bands include Nirvana, The Cure, Muse, Marilyn Manson, and Green Day.

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