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New song for Muse fans
The well-known BBC music radio station, Radio 1, has said that it is set to play a fresh single from the famed three-piece rockers later on today, says Muselive.com.
Muse fans will want to have their dinner, then wait patiently for the clock to strike 7.30pm, which is the time Muselive.com reports that the track will get its airing.
Meanwhile, the cities of Birmingham, London, Manchester and Glasgow are all set to get gigs from the boys later in the year.
Muse's previous singles include tracks like Time Is Running Out, Super Massive Black Hole and Unintended.
The group have also released several albums out into the world, among them Black Holes & Revelations and Hullabaloo.
The band is made up of Chris Wolstenholme, Matthew Bellamy and Dominic Howard.
Published by KT.Posted on 27 Jun 2012 12:45 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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