MUSE RETURN WITH NEW ALBUM “DRONES”, RELEASED IN THE UK ON JUNE 8, 2015.
DEAD INSIDE, THE FIRST SINGLE FROM THE ALBUM RELEASED WEEK OF MARCH 23.
THE BAND WILL PLAY THE PSYCHO UK TOUR FROM MARCH 15-23
Photo credit: Danny Clinch
On June 8th Muse will release their new album “Drones”. Co-produced by Muse and Robert John “Mutt” Lange, the album contains 12 tracks. See track listing below.
1. Dead Inside
2. [Drill Sergeant]
6. The Handler
11. The Globalist
Matt Bellamy said today, “To me, ‘Drones’ are metaphorical psychopaths which enable psychopathic behaviour with no recourse. The world is run by Drones utilizing Drones to turn us all into Drones. This album explores the journey of a human, from their abandonment and loss of hope, to their indoctrination by the system to be a human drone, to their eventual defection from their oppressors.”
The first single from the album, “Dead Inside”, will debut the week of March 23rd. The band will premiere the album track “Psycho”, via their YouTube channel at 6:00pm GMT on 12 March. The song will be available worldwide immediately when pre-ordering the album Drones, beginning at 7:30PM GMT that same day.
The band have also announced that beginning on Sunday, March 15th at Belfast’s Ulster Hall they will embark on a six date smaller venue UK tour. The Psycho UK Tour also plays Glasgow, Newport, Exeter, Manchester and Brighton.
Full dates are:
15 BELFAST ULSTER HALL
16 GLASGOW BARROWLANDS
19 NEWPORT CENTRE
20 EXETER GREAT HALL
22 MANCHESTER ACADEMY
23 BRIGHTON DOME
Tickets go on sale at 9:30am on Thursday, March 12th. A fan club presale takes place from 6pm Wednesday, March 11th.
As previously announced Muse headline Download Festival on June 13.
Muse have sold 17 million albums worldwide. Their last album “The 2nd Law” was released in October 2012 and topped the chart in 21 countries including the UK. The album was their highest ever debut in the USA, entering the chart at No 2.
Praise for the album included:
“A high watermark in their creative ambition” Q
“The greatest, most ridiculously enjoyable rock band in the world” NME
“This is a band at the peak of their powers” GQ
“Muse have fashioned an album that could well have been titled ‘Anything you can do we can do better’ ” Kerrang