Muse warmed up for their Wednesday night Brit Awards appearance with an intimate gig at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire. The gig was in aid of WarChild and attracted 2000 fans.
The Devon rockers performed for almost two hours and played tracks from across their 15-year career including “Knights of Cydonia”, “Plug in Baby” and “Survival”.
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Speaking from the stage, front man Matt Bellamy said: “This is a nice vibe, we should do a tour like this.”
The set list mixed older songs like “Sunburn” and “Time Is Running Out”, with more recent tracks like “Follow Me” and “Madness”. There was also a rare live outing for “Dead Star”, after a fan in the front row requested the song.
The concert, which was being streamed live online, was at one point being watched by 37,000 fans on the internet, according to WarChild.
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