Verdict: Four stars.

A PANDEMIC put the pause on Biffy Clyro’s city show for over a year but the band more than made up for it as they rocked with up to 50,000 fans at the Glasgow Green tonight.

The Ayrshire rock trio - made of singer Simon Neil, bassist James Johnston and drummer Ben Johnston - put on a display fans won’t easily forget by performing a show packed with hits and the occasional pyro to add to the rock mood.

Opening up with North of No South, frontman Neil screamed, “It’s so f***ing good to see you. We are Biffy f**ing Clyro.”

And boy were the fans glad to see them after the show - originally scheduled for Bellahouston Park last year - had been moved twice due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Rock anthem Biblical delivered with the crowd singing in unison and proved to be the start of the sing-a-long atmosphere with fans also belting back the vocals on hits Mountains and Who’s Got A Match?

Neil was on top form throughout the almost two-hour show switching up his vocals easily between the rock hits and softer ballads.

He gave it his all on Wolves of Winter and Black Chandelier, and grinned to his adoring fans, “You look so sexy shoulder to shoulder."

He then confessed: “It might have taken an extra year to get to this show but we have loved every f***ing minute of it. I’ve missed you guys so f***ing much.”

The Kilmarnock rockers ended on a high as fireworks paved the way for hits Bubbles, Many of Horror and Machines.