Even after all these years i'm not sure if this is 100% the right place for this but it seemed the most suitable.
Muse and Biffy Clyro are arguably two bands at the forefront of British rock at the moment.
Obviously both bands are close friends and what with Biffy supporting Muse in a few weeks in Europe there only going to become closer.
Both bands have recently released new albums (Biffy Clyro's due out tomorrow) and being a part of both fan forums I have noticed alot of people complaining about the bands neglecting alot of their back catalogue in their current tours (more so Muse).
I propose an idea for a weekend co headlined by both bands, however with a difference.
Assuming Biffy Clyro headline on the Saturday and Muse on the Sunday:
The days both start off with 4 or 5 smaller bands picked by the two bands (similar to the Wembley Stadium shows) and then on the Saturday, Muse play a stripped down set consisting of old songs and rarities lasting a similar or slightly shorter length to their current arena shows. This being followed by Biffy's headline set consisting of what they are playing on their current tour.
The following day would be similar however 4 or 5 different smaller bands and then Biffy play the stripped down set with old material and rarities followed by the Muse headline slot with what they are playing on their current Resistance tour.
Obviously this would be too good to ever be true but what would peoples opinions be?
21/08/04 - V Festival Chelmsford