Muse reveal their plans for 2017

Muse have revealed their plans for 2017 – talking about their hopes to tour and record new material.

Last week, the Devonshire ‘Drones’ trio unveiled their ‘Halloween Special’ with a video to accompany their cover of The Cramps’ ‘New Kind Of Kick’. Yesterday, they were back in the UK for the Q Awards were they were named ‘Best Act In The World Today’. After their win, they spoke of what next year has in store.

“We’re going to chill out,” said frontman Matt Bellamy. “We’re going to do some festivals in the US maybe, because we kind of missed that out last summer. If we feel like it we might record a new song or two but I don’t think we’ll do a new album.”


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He added: “Next year’s going to be more about touring, a few gigs in the US…”



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