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Muse are playing a ridiculously intimate London show

They'll headline the Shepherd's Bush Empire in August.

Muse are swapping stadiums for the comparably small stage, taking to London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on the 19 August 2017. The show, in support of homeless charity, The Passage, comes ahead of their headline appearance at Reading and Leeds Festival over the August bank holiday weekend.

The band aren’t strangers to playing intimate shows, although their sound is more commonly associated with vastly bigger venues. They recently revealed new track Dig Down, their first new material since the release of 2015’s Drones.

To date, Muse have seven studio albums under their belt. During their 22 year career, the band have headlined Reading and Leeds twice before, most recently in 2011 when they played Origin Of Symmetry in full.

 

Tickets for the Shepherd’s Bush Empire date go on sale at 9:00 on Friday 7 July. Grab those, and remaining tickets for Reading and Leeds Festival, through Ticketmaster.co.uk.

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