Chart toppers Biffy Clyro today confirmed a headline Aberdeen show at the GE Oil and Gas Arena.
The three-piece, who recently released number one album Ellipsis, will play the Granite City on Wednesday, November 30.
Tickets will go on sale next Friday, September 2, from 9am.
Speaking to the Evening Express from the band’s rehearsal studio, bassist James Johnston said he is relishing a return to Aberdeen.
The 36-year-old said: “Over the years we have built a strong relationship with music fans in Aberdeen and it is a city we have always enjoyed coming to.
“It is important for us that we come back to play for them.
“We are so proud to confirm we are coming back to Aberdeen to play our new record in front of our fans up there.”
Formed in Kilmarnock in the mid 90s, Biffy Clyro have progressed from the math rock, hardcore underground to become one of Britain’s biggest bands.
The trio were tonight set to top the bill at the Leeds Festival and will also headline Reading Festival on Sunday. Biffy Clyro will tomorrow play Bellahouston Park in front of 35,000 fans in a homecoming headline show.
Biffy Clyro will then continue on a European tour before playing Aberdeen.
The band will also play Glasgow Hydro on Tuesday, November 29.