Band in plea over ticket sales

ROCKERS Biffy Clyro apologised to fans after their Glasgow show sold out in a minute.

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The Ayrshire band announced plans to play three nights at the Glasgow Barrowland earlier this week.

But fans of the group were left disappointed when they couldn't get a ticket just 60 seconds after they went on sale at 9am yesterday.

The band is now asking any fans who see tickets for the shows being sold online to contact them at

In a statement, they said: "We are acutely aware that many of you will be very disappointed.

"Due to unique fan-centric nature of these shows, we have done everything in our power, while planning these events, to try and manage this in an appropriate way."

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