A NEW documentary is set to be launched about one of Scotland's biggest rock bands, Biffy Clyro.

In partnership with Amazon Music and Warner Records, the band have released the film titled Biffy Clyro: Cultural Sons of Scotland.

It will be the first time the famously private band has allowed unrestricted access to document them.

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The feature length film will take viewers on the journey with Simon, Ben and James as they returned to their home in Ayrshire to create their latest album - their first recorded in Scotland.

The film explores how the experience of recording an album in Scotland for the first time. 

It also documents their first sell-out show in two years at Glasgow Green in September last year 

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Biffy Clyro’s frontman, Simon Neil said: “In the same part of the world as I wrote my very first song is where we’re making this record, and there’s something really pure about that.” 

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Drummer, Ben Johnston, said: “We don’t need all the bells and whistles for us to be fulfilled and happy, we just need the three of us to be making music together and have that vibe in a room - and that’s what keeps our hearts beating.” 

Biffy’s bass player, James Johnston added: “Everyone should join a band… if you get a chance to go join a band with your brothers or your sisters, or people you consider to be a brother or a sister, that’s probably the best years you’ll ever have in your life.” 

It will be available to stream on Amazon Prime from Friday, February 25.

Tickets for a special premiere on Thursday, February 24 at Everyman in Glasgow are available here.