While details are scarce about the folloup to Muse’s album The 2nd Law, frontman Man Bellamy let it slip last week that next summer’s release may indeed be a bit more rockin’.
The British rock act’s eighth LP could come by the end of 2014, if not then 2015.
Day 2 of this year’s Coachella included dependable rockers, a whole slew of first timers and Pharrell’s career-spanning cameo-filled set. And let’s not forget Bey & Jay turned up on stage too.
The rocker will appear on the Australian singer’s new album, which does not have a release date.
For those who thought they’d wait until later to buy their Coachella tickets, it seems you’re officially fresh out of luck.
Two twenty-somethings, Jillian Mapes and Jeremy D. Larson, put down their iPads and logged off Tumblr for as long as they could stand it to have an IM chat about the Coachella 2014 lineup.
After months of rumors and conjecture, it’s official: Coachella 2014 will be headlined by Arcade Fire, Muse and a reunited Outkast.
“I was about 18 or 19. It was a guy called Steve Lamacq,” Bellamy recalled. “I was in London with my girlfriend at the time. She was studying art at some art college in London. I was staying in her sort of like squat flat with a bunch of flatmates.”
Muse had such a good year that the band landed at No. 17 on the most recent Forbes list of the world’s highest-paid musicians ahead of such stars as Jay-Z and One Direction.
Jake Owen kicks country’s door in with his excellent fourth album, while Kells, Brit, and Muse limp into the end of the year with their releases. Dan Weiss gives you the low-down on this Wintery Mix.
As the band prepares to release a new concert DVD filmed in Rome for the holidays, Muse is already looking ahead to its next full-length album.
Cage The Elephant has released the first single, “Come A Little Closer,” from their upcoming album Melophobia. Listen now.
This week, June 17-21, sees pop-rock veterans Jimmy Eat World playing in support of their eighth studio album and Scottish up-and-comers Chvrches bringing something new to the States.