'We definitely would've done that,' added singer Matt Bellamy
Muse have discussed a mural of the band in their south Devon hometown.
The image, thought to have been drawn by street artist Mos in Teignmouth town centre, shows silhouettes of the band laughing.
Speaking about the mural to Q, drummer Dom Howard said: “I’m surprised no one has drawn a penis on it.” Singer Matt Bellamy added: “Oh yeah, we definitely would have done that!”
See a picture of the mural in the below tweet.
Bellamy also described the band’s forhtcoming new album ‘Drones’ as “a move towards being more human, rather than technology-based’, and admitted that it “was quite difficult for me to make at certain points. My personal life went through a bit of a shift”, referring to his split from Kate Hudson.
Bellamy and co performed two tracks from their upcoming album ‘Drones’, namely ‘Psycho’ and ‘Mercy’. You can watch footage of those performances beneath. Muse release their new album on June 5, following on from 2012’s ‘The 2nd Law’.
The BBC Two variety music show also played host to the recently-reformed Sleater-Kinney, as well as acoustic musician Seasick Steve. Watch Sleater-Kinney play ‘No Cities To Love’, the title-track from their recent eighth album, and Seasick Steve perform ‘Bring It On’ below.