Matt Bellamy and co. killed it on 'Later... with Jools Holland', where they performed two singles from their upcoming album 'Simulation Theory' on the BBC2 show last night.
With Muse's hotly anticipated new album just around the corner (dropping November 9th), the band made an appearance on the music show to perform a couple tracks, a stripped down version of 'Dig Down', and their new single 'Pressure'.
'Simulation Theory' is looking like an 80's-inspired album to say the least - the cover of the album alone looks like a pretty sweet Terminator/Tron/Stranger Thing's mashup.
NEW ALBUM: Muse have announced that their new studio album, Simulation Theory, will be released on 9 November 2018.
Pre-order through the band’s Official Shop for early access to tickets for the 2019 tour: https://t.co/VhxvLEijmw
— muse (@muse) August 30, 2018
The first single from the album, 'Dig Down', was released way back in May 2017, so fans have patiently been waiting a very long time for the album to be released.
The music video for 'Pressure' was released last week, and the 80's references have continued with Muse making not-so-subtle nods to 'Back To The Future', 'Gremlins', and 'Ghostbusters' (and also features Terry Crews):
Muse haven't yet announced news on any upcoming tour, but we're still hopeful that they'll grace Irish soil once again - the band hasn't played Dublin since the 3Arena in 2016.
Check out both of Muse's performances on Jools Holland's show below: