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Muse announce autumn 2023 UK and Ireland tour

Support comes from Nova Twins

By Charlotte Krol

Muse perform live in Bristol in 2019
Muse perform live in 2019. (Picture: Wikimedia Commons/Raph_PH)

Muse have shared details of a UK and Ireland headline tour.

The rock trio, who recently wrapped several summer shows including at the Milton Keynes Bowl, will play a string of gigs this September and October as part of their Will of the People world tour.

Muse and Nova Twins will kick off the tour at Dublin’s 3Arena on 27 September before wrapping the shows with two nights at London’s The O2 on 1-2 October.

“DREAM tour!!! Cats out the bag… We’re honoured to support the legendary @muse ❤️‍🔥⚔️❤️‍🔥,” Nova Twins wrote in a Tweet earlier today (26 June).

Tickets go on sale at 9am BST on 7 July here.

Muse UK and Ireland tour 2023:

27 – Dublin 3Arena
29 – Manchester AO Arena

01 – London The O2
02 – London The O2

Earlier this year, Muse singer and guitarist Matt Bellamy described Muse’s ninth album Will of the People as their “best” record yet.

“We’ve always tried to think outside the box,” Bellamy told Apple Music 1. “We’ve never been one particular genre.

“This album goes from metal all the way to pop to my first version to an Adele song… a lot of electronica. It’s like a full…We produced it ourselves. We were analysing everything we’ve done to date. The last song on the album is called ‘We Are Fucking Fucked’. I’m really happy and proud of it. I genuinely think it’s our best album.”

Bellamy also revealed that he let drummer Dominic Howard “take the lead a little bit” on the project.

“That’s why this album’s taken two years. Every decision takes like a week for him to come back to us. Normally I just rush everything. With him he’s really slow, takes his time with every decision. I allowed him to make a lot of decisions about what was good and what wasn’t,” he added.

Elsewhere, Rolling Stone UK said of Nova Twins’ second album, Supernova, which was released last year: “Nova Twins channel their righteous fury into an album that pairs stadium-sized anthems with uncompromising and timely lyrics.”