August 7, 2009 12:20

Muse to play Devon homecoming gigs?

Local paper believes the trio are set to return to Teignmouth for two shows

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Muse look set to play two homecoming shows in Devon, according to their local paper.

The band are strongly tipped to return to Teignmouth, where they formed, to play the town's The Den venue on September 4 and 5.

According to, "secret talks" are underway to bring Muse home.

The paper says promoters SJM have applied to Teignbridge Council for a licence for a "music concert". The capacity for each gig is believed to be 10,000, and local residents are expected to get priority for the tickets.

However Teignmouth councillor Terry Falcão refused to confirm any plans, telling the paper: "I cannot discuss any proposals that may or may not have been made."

Muse release new album 'The Resistance' on September 14.

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