Muse to play 'Origin Of Symmetry' in full at Reading And Leeds Festivals

Matt Bellamy tweets the news about 2001 album

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Muse are planning to play their 'Origin Of Symmetry' album in full at the Reading And Leeds Festivals this summer, according to Matt Bellamy.

The frontman had already stated that the band's headline sets would draw heavily from their 2001 album. He also said that the shows would be the last time some of those songs were played live.

Now he has tweeted that the Devon trio will be playing the 2001 album, their second, from start to finish.

He wrote from Twitter.com/bellamy_matt: "So we'll probably play 'Origin...' in its entirety (as well other songs) at Reading/Leeds as it will be 10 years since it came out."

The Reading And Leeds Festivals take place on August 26–28. Muse headline the Friday night (26) at Leeds and the Sunday night (28) at Reading.

My Chemical Romance, The Strokes and Pulp will also play headline slots.

See NME.COM/festivals/reading-and-leeds for further line-up details.

To check the availability of Reading And Leeds Festivals tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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