SCOTTISH rockers Biffy Clyro have rescheduled their intimate show at Southampton's 02 Guildhall.

The concert, on Wednesday November 3, is part of a run of seven intimate shows around the UK this autumn and is completely sold out.

It comes after the band announced they will headline the Sunday night at next summer's Download Festival. Biffy Clyro have also been nominated for British Group at the BRIT Awards.

The Fingers Crossed Tour will take place in September, October and November and will see the band return to venues that they haven’t played in ten years or more.

The three-piece alternative rock band formed in Kilmarnock, Scotland in 1995.

The band, Simon Neil (vocals, guitar), James Johnston (bass, vocals) and his twin brother Ben (drums, vocals), are more used to headline festivals and their ninth studio album A Celebration of Endings was released last summer. It was their third consecutive number one and featured the singles Instant History, Space and Tiny Indoor Fireworks.

Biffy utilise a quiet/loud dynamic, constructing songs that can range from a whisper-quiet pick on the guitar, to huge walls of noise with massive distortion and crashing drums.

Their biggest hits include Many Of Horror, Mountains and Bubbles.