Muse To Debut New Track On BBC Radio

Indefinable-alternative-genre trio Muse are set to premiere a new single tomorrow evening on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show.

The track, now known to be named ‘Unsustainable’, will debut at 7:30pm BST, and will presumably answer a lot of the questions that arose when the band released their “album trailer” earlier this month.

For those not up-to-date with the news, a quick peek at the trailer on the band’s YouTube channel will set off a disturbance in the Musey-force. While the fans generally seem to remain optimistic of the band’s efforts, the wub-wub, dancing dubstep computer-robot-man has angered some, the video facing an above-average 15% dislikes.

Nonetheless, the band seem keen to start drumming up publicity for the new release, announcing five UK shows this October in Glasgow, London, Birmingham and Manchester – presumably with just as many spaceship-based antics as their previous tours.

muselive.com are offering more coverage on the new single reveal as it unfolds, including information for those unable to access BBC services overseas, in a thread which can be found here.

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