With the announcement of a UK headline tour, Muse are getting ready for the release of their new album, “Will Of The People.”
Muse UK tour 2023
The specifics of Muse’s upcoming 2023 stadium tour in the UK were announced today (August 19).
And they’ll be playing in some HUGE places.
At every show except Glasgow, Royal Blood will perform with the band.
In 2023, the band will embark on a stadium tour, stopping in Plymouth, Huddersfield, Glasgow, and Milton Keynes. Every date except Glasgow will have Royal Blood as the opening act.
On August 26 at 9:00 AM, tickets for the concerts go on sale here. A special code that enables early access to purchase tickets on August 25 at 9am will be provided to anyone who pre-ordered Muse’s latest album, “Will Of The People,” through their store.
UK tour 2023 dates for Muse’s “Will of the People”:
- Plymouth’s Home Park on May 27.
- Huddersfield, John Smith’s Stadium, June 20;
- Glasgow, Bellahouston Park, June 23
- 25 – The National Bowl in Milton Keynes
Muse released their latest single, “Kill Or Be Killed,” from their upcoming ninth album last month.
The song is the fourth to be taken off the trio’s new LP, following the title track, “Compliance,” and “Won’t Stand Down.” It was previewed at many festivals over the summer.
You can pre-order “Will Of The People”
On August 26, the same day their new album, “Will Of The People,” is released, tickets go on sale to the general public at 9 a.m. At every show, with the exception of Glasgow, special guests Royal Blood will support them.
In September, Muse will perform as the opening act at the Andaluca Big Festival by Mad Cool. In October, they will tour North America and Europe with small-scale theatre performances.
Muse’s heaviest album is “Kill Or Be Killed,” according to frontman Matt Bellamy. On this album, we aimed to modernise our hard rock sound, and with “Kill Or Be Killed,” we discovered a contemporary metal sound complete with double bass drum action and even a death snarl.
Lyrically, the song is influenced by one of my favourite Paul McCartney songs, “Live and Let Die,” which is a grim look at how struggle in life may occasionally bring out our baser instincts for survival at all costs.
You can pre-order “Will Of The People,” which will be released on August 26 by Warner Records, here.
In the meantime, Matt Bellamy of Muse recently opined to NME that society needs “a new form of revolution.”
“Society wants” a new type of revolution – Muse’s Matt Bellamy
The vocalist declared that he thinks change is imminent in light of the coronavirus outbreak, the conflict in Ukraine, and the current cost of living problem.
“I believe that everyone agrees that we need a revolution, but we most certainly do not need a gang of right-wing authoritarian lunatics. We don’t want it at all, he told NME.
“We also don’t want the radical left to turn completely communist. I believe that something entirely fresh is what we really want. Although I don’t believe it does so at the time, I believe a new kind of politics could develop.
Later this year, the band will also go on a tour of the US and Europe. You can buy any leftover tickets for these performances here.
Muse’s tour of the US and Europe:
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- OCTOBER 2022
- 04 – Los Angeles, CA, The Wiltern
- 11 – Chicago, IL, The Riviera Theatre
- 14 – Toronto, ON, The History
- 16 – New York, NY, Beacon Theatre
- 23 – Amsterdam, NL, Royal Theatre Carre
- 25 – Paris, FR, Salle Pleyel
- 26 – Milan, IT, Alcatraz
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