Muse give new single ‘Dead Inside’ live debut as UK tour concludes in Brighton – watch

Band debuted new single on Monday night prior to Dome gig

Muse performed new single ‘Dead Inside’ for the first time during a gig in Brighton last night (March 23). Watch fan shot footage of the moment now.

The band wrapped up their tour of intimate UK venues with a show at Brighton Dome on Monday and played the song, which was played on radio for the first time earlier in the evening, into the set alongside two new songs (‘Psycho’ and ‘Reapers’).


Other songs in the set for Brighton included B-Side ‘The Groove’ plus fan favourites such as ‘Plug In Baby’, ‘Supermassive Black Hole’ and ‘Knights of Cydonia’.

Muse Played:

‘Map of the Problematique’
‘Dead Inside’
‘Time Is Running Out’
‘Stockholm Syndrome’
‘The Groove’
‘Supermassive Black Hole’
‘Plug In Baby’
‘Knights of Cydonia’

Earlier in the tour frontman Matt Bellamy took time out of a gig in Glasgow to dedicate a song to the people who voted ‘Yes’ in Scotland’s referendum last year.

Muse’s seventh studio album ‘Drones’ is due for release on June 8. The album’s first official single, ‘Dead Inside’, will premiere on March 23. The 12-track LP will be released on June 8 and is the follow up to 2012’s ‘The 2nd Law’.

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