The band posted the first video of the new year yesterday (Jan. 20), once again giving fans a taste of what they’re working on. A very tiny nibble.
Muse are back in the studio and they’re so excited about it that they joined Instagram to celebrate the big occasion.
‘The Golden Echo’ is straight from the brain of Kimbra, but the singer says she channeled two very different sides of hers while making it.
While details are scarce about the folloup to Muse’s album The 2nd Law, frontman Man Bellamy let it slip last week that next summer’s release may indeed be a bit more rockin’.
The rocker will appear on the Australian singer’s new album, which does not have a release date.
After months of rumors and conjecture, it’s official: Coachella 2014 will be headlined by Arcade Fire, Muse and a reunited Outkast.
“I was about 18 or 19. It was a guy called Steve Lamacq,” Bellamy recalled. “I was in London with my girlfriend at the time. She was studying art at some art college in London. I was staying in her sort of like squat flat with a bunch of flatmates.”
Muse played a full concert for approximately 15,000 fans last night in conjunction with the London premiere of the zombie-apocalypse thriller, World War Z. Brad Pitt, the film’s producer and star, spoke to press about the importance the band’s song plays in the soundtrack.
Muse is set to play a full concert for 15,000 fans after zombie-apocalypse thriller, “World War Z,” premieres in London on June 2.
The 12th annual ‘Austin City Limits Music Festival’ will feature acts from a variety of genres and eras, as part of its first-ever two-weekend run this October.