Muse have previewed their ambitious live show ahead of the start of their “Drones” world tour, which kicks off in Mexico this week.
The band begin their tour with a concert in Mexico City on Tuesday (November 17) and have uploaded a video to Instagram giving fans a taster of what to expect from their new live show.
The band recently compared their new live set-up to Pink Floyd’s famous “The wall” Tour. “It’s our version of ‘The wall’, basically,” frontman Matt Bellamy told BBC Radio 2. There will also be “a whole swarm of drones” and a stage “like a double- headed arrow”.
Along with their preview video, the band wrote on Instagram that the band will “perform for the first time ‘in the round’ from the middle of the arena. This stage design and configuration will give fans a true 360 degree audio/visual sensory experience.”
The Drones World Tour includes UK gigs in Manchester, Glasgow and two nights in London. Dates in Italy, Spain, Portugal and Czech Republic have also been announced with more to follow.