Band’s live production was about “pushing boundaries”, says tour director
Glen Rowe has told Music Week that Muse remain “unstoppable” as a live force.
The band have been on the road since the release of Drones in 2015. The album peaked at No.1 and has sales to date of 233,960, according to the Official Charts Company.
The tour culminated with a worldwide cinema screening last week (July 12) of the in-the-round show, which featured drones flying across the audience, LED ...
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