Muse Announce Survival Track For London Olympics
29 Jun 2012
Muse has announced that they have composed one of the five official Olympic Games which are to be played at various sport sessions.
Their song “Survival” will be featured along with Elton John vs Pnau, Delphic, Chemical Brothers and Dizzee Rascal for ‘Rock The Games’. A wopping 2,012 songs with the themes: energy, primetime, extreme, heritage and world stage will be used throughout the games.
Muse recently announced a number of UK dates in October and November where they will be showcasing their talents on their new album “The 2nd Law” which is due for release in September 2012.
Glasgow SECC (24th October)
London The O2 (26th October)
London The O2 (27th October)
Birmingham LG Arena (30th October)
Manchester MEN Arena (1st November)
The Devon based band, which since their interception in 1994 have infused copious numbers of genres; Metal, Progressive Rock, Classical Music and Electronica, have brandished five successful studio albums, including the emphatic ‘Black Holes and Revelations’, which landed them a Mercury Prize and a third place finish in the NME albums of the year.
You can now secure your Muse tickets on Ticketmaster’s GET ME IN! ticket market.