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Muse/Muse are an British alternate skirt group from Teignmouth, Devon, with front man Matt Bellamy, bass player Christopher Wolstenholme and percussionist Dominic Howard. Founded in 1994, the line-up published their 1999 début record âShowbizâ, followed by 2001 âOrigin of Symmetryâ, but it was their third record âAbsolutionâ, which was launched in 2003 and enjoyed greater acclaim, finishing at #1 on the UK charts.
Black Holes and Revelations, 2006, The Resistance, 2009, and The Second Law, 2012, all made it to the top of the British charts, as well as to the American charts, and won two Grammy Awards. In 2015 the line-up launched their latest record âDronesâ, which also made it to number 1 on the UK albums Charts and Billboard 100, and won the Grammy Award for best rock record.
They have conducted their own shows and toured the globe, among them the 2012-2014 Second Law Tour, the 2015 Psycho Tour and the 2015-2016 Drones Tour, and have performed Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds, Download, V, T in the Park, Muse as headliners for the Reading and Leeds and Belfastâs Vital Festival in August and a âon-demandâ charm show for The Passage in London's Shepherds Bush Empire.
This year they will not only be touring 30 Seconds to Mars but also in North America and playing two gigs in Australia.
Muse Hagel'odd' appearances in the city
Muse described their performances in Teignmouth, Devon last weekend[4 and 5 September] as "bizarre". Bass player Chris Wolstenholme also acknowledged that the event was "the strangest thing I have ever done in my life". In front of 14,000 supporters, the group spent two evenings on a special set on The Den Seeplatz.
"We' ve been talking about this for a long time," said bass player Chris Wolstenholme after the first evening of the two-nighter. "It was just as we were working on the record. "And I walked around my room last evening and thought, "This is very strange, what am I supposed to do?
As I walked through my own bathroom, I thought, "This is the strangest thing I have ever done in my Iife. We' ve gone back - this year, there's no pyrotechnics," explains Wolstenholme. However, he admitted that the band's anxiety was increased by the fact that they were at home. Volstenholme is the only member of the group still living in the area.