Biffy Clyro are a band who's stage presence and charisma really needs to be seen to be believed. Tonight will be the third time we've seen the band, and, if the previous performances are anything to go by, it's going to be something special. From their performance at the 2010 Leeds Festival, which saw singer Simon Neil throw a monitor off the stage, to their astounding performance at Manchester Central that Winter, each time the band take the stage you know something memorable is about to happen. Tonight the support comes in the form of City & Colour an acoustic/folk/rock amalgam fronted by Alexisonfire's Dallas Green. Unfortunately due to a delayed train and the venue's somewhat overzealous security we only catch two songs. 'Happiness By the Kilowatt', a hangover from the days of the aforementioned Alexisonfire, receives a riotous reaction from a half-capacity crowd whilst set closer 'Sorrowing Man' sees the arena aglow with the lights of phones; it's a far cry from the days of people holding up lighters, but given a lot of the crowd's obvious penchant for hairspray, that's probably a good thing.