Muse Are Having An Invincible Year

They release new single from double-platinum selling LP

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Muse are to release new single “Invincible” on April 9, consolidating a fantastic start to the year.

The track is taken from the band’s double-platinum selling album “Black Holes And Revelations.”

The band kicked off 2007 with storming glitter-canon laden performances at The Big Day Out in Australia and they continue with a hectic touring schedule throughout the year- including shows in Indonesia, Hong Kong, Japan and the USA – as well as headlining this year’s Isle Of Wight Festival.

In June Muse will become the first band to play the newly built Wembley Stadium. The show sold out in hours and the band have now added a second date at the Stadium the following night.

Fresh from winning a BRIT Award for Best Live Act, the band are also nominated for four categories at this year’s NME Awards – Best Band, Best Album, Best Single and Best Live Act.

Formats and B-sides for the new single will be announced shortly.

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