Muse announce new 2019 headline tour

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Muse have just revealed the first cities of their upcoming tour for their new album Simulation Theory. The album is planned to be released on 9 November.

As previously teased, the English rock group Muse will release their eighth studio album in November. The band also announced the first cities of their headline tour in 2019. According to their website, you can pre-order the new album from their Official Store for early access to the tour tickets.

Their tour will include stops in many European countries including the Netherlands, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, the UK and more. No cities in Belgium or Hungary have been announced so far, which could hint that Muse could be a potential headliner at Rock Wercher or Sziget next summer.

The exact dates and venues of their new tour will soon be revealed.

The band also released their fifth single from their upcoming album. You can hear their latest single and see all the cities of their headline tour below:

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Muse are an English rock band formed in 1994. Their debut album Showbiz was released in 1999 and gained mixed reviews. By the release of their third album, Muse were already an established headliner at many festivals around the world, known for their very energetic live performances. Matt Bellamy’s falsetto, combined with the riffs and melodies of the band is what makes Muse unique. The band has sold over twenty million albums worldwide and won numerous awards including two Grammys. Their latest album Drones was released in 2015 and their new one will be released this November.

For more information visit the official website of the group.

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