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Muse + Orchestra perform “Supremacy” at the BRITs

Muse didn’t won any award during the BRIT Awards 2013, but they certainly had the best performance of the night.

Together with an orchestra of 75 people, Muse performed their song “Supremacy” to open the ceremony. Take a look at the clip below.

source: indscene.co.uk

Matt Bellamy (Photo: AFP)

Matt Bellamy (Photo: AFP)

After spending the past few weeks in Los Angeles in order to take part in variousGRAMMY Awards activities, Muse will return to London to headline the 2013 Brit Awards in support of War Child’s 20th anniversary. The benefit concert will take place at the historic theater, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

With the concert having sold out in less than three minutes, this is the only way to watch Muse’s performance. The webcast can be seen live via War Child’s YouTube channel, Monday, February 18 at 4 pm EST / 1 pm PST.

War Child is a group of 27 individuals working in an old false teeth factory in north London with the single goal of aiding children of war-torn areas. The non-profit organization provides medical care and safe havens, rebuilds schools and helps children get their voices heard.

Bands that have previously played the War Child concert include ColdplayThe KillersBlur and Kasabian.

Read more here: Muse To Stream War Child Concert Live From London « The World Famous KROQ – Alt Rock Music News, Photos, Videos, Concerts.

Watch the band make the concert announcement as they knock a ball back and forth on their personally branded ping pong table.

– Jay Tilles, CBS Local

 

 

Muse have revealed their new video for ‘Supremacy’ exclusively via NME.com – watch it above.

The video, which sees a group of goths heading to the beach and riding bikes while holding flaming swords, accompanies the fourth single to be released from Muse’s 2012 album ‘The 2nd Law’.

Muse are set to play this year’s perform at the BRIT Awards. They will also play a special charity show at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire for War Child in March.

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UK modern rock power trio Muse has revealed big plans for their performance during the upcoming BRIT Awards, where the band is nominated for Best British Group and Best Live Act.

“We’re going to perform there hopefully with a full orchestra and choir to do a full rendition of ‘Supremacy,’ which is the first song on the album,” singer Matt Bellamy said during an exclusive interview with Radio.com in regards to the latest single from the band’s most recent full-length, The 2nd Law. “It’ll be nice to perform that with an orchestra.

Read more interview with Bellamy here: http://bit.ly/124MYUD

The 2013 BRIT Awards are scheduled for February 20 at London’s O2 Arena, ten days after the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards on February 10 at 8 p.m., where Muse is up for Best Rock Album (The 2nd Law) and Best Rock Song (“Madness”).

-Scott T. Sterling, CBS Local

 

“You never know. I might be an American soon.”

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From Kevin & Bean
With their complex songwriting, progressive guitar chords, and explosive electronic orchestration paired with otherworldly lyrics,Muse has climbed to the higher echelon of rock stardom.

So, despite Muse’s British upbringing, they are familiar with the beauty of Southern California and Bellamy even raises his family with Kate Hudson here part-time. He said that his daily tour routine for the next few days will be his children acting as alarm clocks.

“In LA, I just get woken up by the kids first thing in the morning,” laughed Bellamy, joking that he tells his kids he needs a break “until lunch at least” because he “didn’t finish partying until like 3am last night.”

Is there potential that Muse might officially become American citizens? Well, Bellamy confessed that they might play a Jimi “Hendrix-y” cover of the “Star-Spangled Banner” at the Staples Center like they did they did at their San Diego show.

“Just instrumental… I feel like you have to be an American to sing it,” explained Bellamy. “But you never know. I might be an American soon. So, you never know… I might be able to sing it.”

Read more about the article here: http://bit.ly/SN1rQM

It sounds like Muse may be here to stay.

 

 

Taken from their latest album ‘The 2nd Law‘, Muse released their new video for “Follow Me“. The clip features footage from the band’s latest shows, giving us an idea of what we can expect form their concerts. (indscene)

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