Matt Bellamy, the lead singer of the Muse band, recently stated in an interview with CBS Mornings that he doesn’t think the band is cool and still not popular with the public. It seems he has a perception change after the pandemic. Let’s find out all about the band and its members. We will also list all their released albums and songs. Is Muse going on tour in 2022?
What is Muse 2022?
Muse is a British-English rock band formed in 1994 in Teignmouth, Devon, England. It has released nine albums to date, the latest being Will of the People on August 26, 2022. This Grammy award-winning band spans a variety of rock genres, including hard rock, electronic rock, progressive rock, art rock, space rock, and alternative rock.
Who are the members of the Muse band?
The band was co-founded by three members, they are –
Matt Bellamy – an English musician, singer, composer and songwriter who is the lead singer, pianist and guitarist in Muse.
Chris Wolstenholme – an English musician who is the primary bassist and backing vocalist in Muse.
Dominic Howard – an English musician who is the acoustic drummer in Muse.
Muse albums and songs
- Studio Album 9 – Will Of The People – 2022
Will of the people
Kill or be killed
Won’t get up
- Studio Album 8 – Simulation Theory – 2018
The dark side
- Studio Album 7 – Drones – 2015
- Studio Album 6 – The 2nd Act – 2012
- Studio Album 5 – The Twilight Saga: Eclipse – 2010
Neutron star collision
- Studio Album 4 – The Resistance – 2009
- Studio Album 3 – Black Holes and Revelations – 2006
supermassive black hole
Knights of Cydonia
Map of the Problematique
- Studio Album 2 – Absolution – 2003
Butterflies and hurricanes
Time is running out
- Studio Album 1 – Origin of Symmetry – 2001
- Debut album – Showbiz – 1999
Muse Tour 2022 – Upcoming Muse Concerts
The Wiltern in Los Angeles, California
Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, California
Riviera Theater in Chicago, Illinois
History in Toronto, Ontario
Beacon Theater in New York
Royal Theater Carré in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Salle Pleyel in Paris, France
Alcatraz in Milan, Italy
Admiralspalast in Berlin, Germany
Home Park in Plymouth, England
John Smith’s Stadium in Huddersfield, England
Bellahouston Park in Glasgow, Scotland
The National Bowl in Milton Keynes, England
According to Matt Bellamy, the pandemic affected him on a deeper level and changed his perception of himself as a singer and performer. He also thinks that Muse is one of the most unknown rock bands, especially for today’s youth.
What do you think of his statement?