The three-piece performed the 'Simulation Theory' track during last night's edition (November 13) of the US chat show
Muse delivered an energetic performance of their latest single ‘Pressure’ on last night’s episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon – check out the live clip below.
The Devon three-piece released their eighth studio album ‘Simulation Theory’ last week (November 9), and are currently in the US promoting the new record.
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The Tonight Show welcomed Muse for a performance of ‘Pressure’ – which they recently described as “a straight Muse rock track” – during last night’s episode (November 13). Backed by a four-piece brass section, the trio produced a typically electric performance for the TV spot. Check out the performance clip below.
The release of ‘Pressure’ as a single follows on from the promotional releases of ‘The Dark Side‘, ‘Thought Contagion‘, ‘Something Human‘ and ‘Dig Down’. The video for ‘Pressure’ was shared back in late September, and starred Terry Crews.
Muse will continue the promotion of ‘Simulation Theory’ with a short UK stadium tour in 2019 – check out the band’s current domestic tour schedule below, and grab tickets for the two stadium shows here when they go on sale on Friday (November 16).
Monday December 03 2018 – LONDON Royal Albert Hall
Saturday June 1 2019 – LONDON Stadium
Saturday June 8 2019 – MANCHESTER Etihad Stadium
Announcing the shows – which form part of a larger world tour – Muse declared: “The ‘Simulation Theory’ World Tour will feature an exciting new Enhanced Experience Package that allows access to an exclusive Mixed Reality Pre-Show Party, powered by Microsoft, with three original virtual reality games, inspired by tracks from Simulation Theory.
“Additional Enhanced Experience perks include a premium concert ticket, show specific poster, interactive photo experience with props and memorabilia from the band’s latest videos and more.”