Muse discuss plans for their next world tour – and if they’d ever headline Glastonbury again

Teignmouth trio also reveal further details about their new album

Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has discussed their future album plans following the release of their new single ‘Something Human’.

The band shared their futuristic Teen Wolf inspired video for the track last Thursday (July 19).

It was directed by Lance Drake, who directed the videos for ‘Dig Down’ and ‘Thought Contagion.’

Now, Bellamy has elaborated on the direction their next tour and music is going to take. The band’s new album is due out in November.

He told Radio X’s Gordon Smart: “We’re gonna stick with the visual theme you’re seeing in the videos, and we’re going to try and find a way of translating that vibe into the live show.

“We’re lucky because we’re living through this time where there’s all this new technology. Every time you come to do a tour, there’s always something new you can use.

“We’re exploring all the different new techs that are out there, and we’re gonna go out on the road hopefully next summer or spring time next year.”

The band also gave an update on whether they will be headlining Glastonbury for a fourth time when the festival returns next summer, adding: “We’ve done that three times now. I’m not sure they’ll let us back in.”

Meanwhile, it was announced last week that band‘s tour director Glen Rowe is leaving his position to launch a brand new charity that aims to help new bands at grassroots level.