Globally renowned band Muse have left their long-term deal with Brontone management to sign a worldwide agreement with Q Prime.
Muse have been managed by Brontone founder Anthony Addis outside North America for over a decade, during which time they have released four studio albums including 2012’s The 2nd Law.
The group will now be managed worldwide by Q Prime, who have managed the group in North America since 2003.
Run by Peter Mensch from the US, Q Prime also manage Metallica, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and The Black Keys.
“After a successful 12-year relationship, Muse will be parting company with Brontone, until now their manager for all territories outside North America,” a band spokeperson told Music Week.
“As of March 2014 Muse will be managed worldwide by Q Prime, who have been managing the group in North America since 2003.
"Muse wish to thank Brontone for its support in developing the group’s hugely successful career so far, and Brontone wish Muse every success for the future."
Brontone's remaining clients include The Pogues and Pulled Apart By Horses.