Muse reveal new single details

The three-piece on comeback track

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Muse have revealed details of their comeback single.

The band will release ‘Supermassive Black Hole’ on June 19 with their as-yet-untitled fourth album following on July 3.

B-sides for the single are yet to be confirmed.

As previously reported, Muse recorded their upcoming studio album with producer Rich Costey in New York.

Singer Matt Bellamy told NME.COM: "I was going out dancing in clubs around New York. That helped create tracks like 'Supermassive Black Hole'. Franz (Ferdinand) have done it very well, with that dance type beat going on mixed with alternative guitar and I've always wanted to find that."

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