Muse’s Matt Bellamy shares new acoustic track ‘Something Human’

'Drones' tour film also debuted at cinema screens last night (July 12)

Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has posted a video from the studio of the band recording a new acoustic track ‘Something Human’.

The clip which was posted on his Instagram page shows the singer with an acoustic guitar in his hand singing into the mic. In the short video, which you can view below, he says before launching into the track: “Hello, this is the first song I wrote after finishing the Drones tour and it’s called ‘Something Human'”.

The song is similar to their ‘Black Holes & Revelations’ song ‘Invincible’ but is even more pared back than the 2006 track.

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Muse last night (July 12) sent their support to the charity Missing People’s ongoing appeal to find Andrew Gosden.

The band showed a short film from the charity ahead of screenings of their Drones Tour film, which was shown in over 450 cinemas across the UK and Ireland for one day only.

Gosden, who’s 25th birthday fell on July 10, went missing in London on September 14, 2007.

Anyone who may have any information regarding his wherabouts can contact Missing People anonymously by calling 116 000, or by emailing 116000@missingpeople.org.uk. They can also call the police on 101.

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Recorded during a string of tour dates two years ago, Drones features performances of some of the band’s biggest hits, including ‘Plug in Baby’, ‘Supermassive Black Hole’ and ‘Knights of Cydonia’.

Speaking about the concept for the tour, Bellamy recently said: “The symbiosis between humanity and technology has always been something I am interested by.”

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