This is Muse playing 'Bliss' (from their 2nd studio album Origin of Symmetry) live at the 2004 Glastonbury Festival. In MY opinion, this is the best live song they played at Glastonbury, but that's to me. Check for your self.
Muse, one of the UKs most innovative bands, are back with new their supersonic new single Supermassive Black Hole on June 19th followed by brand new album, Black Holes And Revelations on July 3rd. They also headline the Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds Festival this year. Evidently, as this is Muse's first single since the release of Butterflies and Hurricanes in September 2004, we thought it would be downright rude not to catch up with one of the most awesome and eclectic bands around for a chinwag.
So, I Like Music had a chat with Muse drummer, Dominic Howard about the new material, the...
I DO NOT OWN ANY OF THIS. ALL RIGHTS GO TO chess_boxing ON LIVE JOURNAL. I AM SIMPLY SHARING THIS AMAZING STORY. NONE OF THIS REALLY HAPPENED. IT IS SIMPLY A FANFICTION
I was woken as the bus hit a bump in the road, throwing my head sideways against the wall I'd been leaning on.
This was annoying. God knows it had taken long enough to drift off in the first place, and the light streaming through the slits in the metal panelling indicated that I hadn't been asleep long at all. The bus had no windows. Well, it had a windscreen, I expect, but not much else. Convicts on their way...