Pale Waves join support acts for Muse’s 2019 UK stadium tour

The 'Simulation Theory' experience is coming.

Pale Waves have been added to the support bill for Muse‘s upcoming 2019 UK stadium tour.

As part of the worldwide tour for their acclaimed 2018 album ‘Simulation Theory‘, Muse will be returning to the UK for huge shows in London, Bristol and Manchester this June.

After it was announced that Rage Against The Machine icon Tom Morello would be joining them as special guest, now it has been confirmed that Pale Waves will be supporting them at all UK shows too.

Morello, who also performs with Prophets of Rage, released his first album under his own name last October, ‘The Atlas Underground’. Pale Waves, who recently announced a UK headline tour of their own, continue to gather momentum following their celebrated debut ‘My Mind Makes Noises‘. They also have plans to drop another EP of new material before the year ends.

Muse’s upcoming UK tour dates are below:

June
1 – London, UK London Stadium
5  – Bristol, UK Ashton Gate Stadium
8 – Manchester, UK Etihad Stadium

Ahead of their return to the UK this summer, Muse recently admitted that they “may have gone too far” with the spectacle of their current stage show – and question where they could possibly go from here.

“That’s the thing — it’s becoming unsustainable,” said drummer Dom Howard. “This is very much about the spectacle, this tour, but the antithesis would be to do something that’s purely about the music and nothing else, which is most likely what we’ll do in the future. At this stage, I don’t know.

Muse's Matt Bellamy on their current 'Simulation Theory' world tour

Muse’s Matt Bellamy

Meanwhile, Muse frontman Matt Bellamy recently shared his new solo track ‘Pray’ – taken from the upcoming Game Of Thrones inspired compilation album ‘For The Throne‘.