The trio of Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard and Chris Wolstenholme typically approach the music (and the performance of it) with the mindset that it should blow your hair back – if not completely off.
It’s an attitude that has worked convincingly, earning Grammy and Brit Awards, No. 1 records and placing Muse among the world’s stadium-filling elite.
The Will of the People fell at midnight. Entirely self-produced by the British band, it carries previously released cuts “Won’t Stand Down”, “Compliance”, “Kill Or Be Killed”, the title track and “You Make Me Feel Like It’s Halloween”, which come to life with a music video that references all the horror movies that kept you awake as a kid.
Never the type to repeat a trick, Muse’s The Will of the People is pioneering in the Web3 area. An NFT version of the album will be eligible for inclusion in the UK and Australian charts through a partnership with digital platform Serenade.
The Will of the People is the follow-up to the 2018s Simulation theory, which debuted at No.1 in the UK, for the band’s sixth leader in their home country. Four Muse albums have impacted the top 10 on the Billboard 200, with 2015’s Drones goes all the way to No. 1.
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