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Matt Bellamy: Muse may play smaller venues again
Electric guitar player Matt Bellamy has revealed that Muse may end up playing smaller venues in the near future.
The band are due to play two dates at Wembley Stadium later this week (September 10th and 11th) and Bellamy told Time Out that he feels the group will struggle to top the size and scale of their current shows.
He added that the break-up of a relationship last year has led him to think about writing more self-analytical songs for Muse.
"That's going to lead to a writing project that will be more personal, rather than talking about grand political concerns," the electric guitar player stated. "That itself might lead to material that's more suitable for smaller venues."
Muse have a busy schedule ahead of them for the rest of 2010.
Following their Wembley dates, the band will play a series of arena shows in the US, Canada and Australia.
Posted on 9 Sep 2010 11:46 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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