MUSE GIVE US UNSEASONAL 'SUNBURN'

[b]Muse[/b] turn up the heat in February...

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MUSE, set to be huge stars in 2000, release new single 'Sunburn' through Mushroom on February 21 and embark on an extensive UK tour.

The band, hotly-tipped as a name to watch next year, play Bristol Fleece & Firkin (February 13), Norwich Arts Centre (14), Leeds Duchess Of York (15), Edinburgh Venue (17), Aberdeen Glow 303 (18), Glasgow King Tut's (20), Manchester Hop & Grape (21), Stoke Stage (22), London WC1 ULU (25).

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