Bringing proceedings to a close are Scottish rockers, Biffy Clyro, who will headline the Main Stage on Sunday 16th June. Returning to the festival after a rousing headline performance in 2014, the trio have undeniable longevity and their passion for the music they create is evident in their back catalogue spanning over 16 years. They’ve garnered countless award wins and nominations - including a Hyundai Mercury Prize shortlisting for Only Revolutions, a Q Award for Best Live Band, 2 BRIT Award nominations, 4 NME Awards wins and 4 Kerrang Award wins - and toured the world many times over. In addition, frontman Simon Neil also won the inaugural Fender Play Award at the 2018 Q Awards, which celebrates an artist at the forefront of the current guitar music scene. With 7 studio albums - including 4 which hit the Top 3 of the UK Album charts - under their belt, and an 8th in the pipeline for 2019, their soaring, anthemic hits are perfect material for festival singalongs. The band’s live show is truly stunning and fans will be in for a treat as the sun goes down on The Isle of Wight Festival 2019.