Muse share 2023 European tour dates with Royal Blood
Muse just shared a new schedule of their 2023 European tour dates. On this tour, some of the rock bands also will join them. Young Blood will join them on the 2023 tour. We will help you in finding the best concerts and tickets to any upcoming Muse concerts in 2023!
The summer concerts and festivals are to support Muse‘s new “Will of the People” album. The shows will The Devon-based rock group will perform at arenas throughout Europe. This follows the details of the UK part of the tour, which will also include the band being with Royal Blood.
Muse will perform in Plymouth’s Home Park stadium, home of Plymouth Argyle FC on Saturday 27 May 2023. Performances that take place in Huddersfield will follow the concert (June 20), Glasgow (June 23), and Milton Keynes (June 25). Royal Blood band has also been confirmed as special guests at the shows in the United Kingdom.
Tickets will go on sale at 9 am on the 26th of August, Friday. On the same day, Warner Records will release the band’s new album. Anyone who pre-ordered the album via the Artist’s Store will receive a unique code that grants early access to buy tickets on August 25, 9 am.
Muse ‘Will Of The People’ European tour dates 2023:
- 3 – Stadion Open Air, Wiener Neustadt, Austria
- 2 – The Hague, Netherlands, Malieveld
- 9 – Cologne, Germany, Rhein Energie Stadion
- 15 – Lyon, France, Groupama Stadium
- 29 – Bordeaux, France Matmut Atlantique
- 8 – Paris, France, Stade de France
- 12 – Bern, Switzerland, Bernexpo Areal Open Air
- 15 – Marseille, France, Orange Vélodrome
- 18 – Rome, Italy, Stadio Olympico
- 22 – Milan, Italy, Stadio San Siro
“Will of the People” album songlist:
- Will of the People – 3:18
- Compliance – 4:10
- Liberation – 3:06
- Won’t Stand Down – 3:29
- Ghosts (How Can I Move On) – 3:37
- You Make Me Feel Like It’s Halloween – 3:00
- Kill or Be Killed – 4:59
- Verona – 4:57
- Euphoria – 3:23
- We Are Fucking F**ked – 3:36
Matt Bellamy also talked about the “Will of the People” album:
“A pandemic, new wars in Europe, massive protests and riots, an attempted insurrection, Western democracy wavering, rising authoritarianism, wildfires and natural disasters and the destabilisation of the global order all informed ‘Will Of The People’,” Bellamy said of the new album at the time. It has been a worrying and scary time for all of us as the Western empire and the natural world, which have cradled us for so long are genuinely threatened. This album is a personal navigation through those fears and preparation for what comes next. We have always tried to think outside the box. We’ve never been one particular genre.
This album goes from metal all the way to pop to my first version to an Adele song…
A lot of electronica. It’s like a full. We produced it ourselves. We were analyzing everything we’ve done to date. The last song on the album is called ‘We Are Fucking Fucked’. I’m really happy and proud of it. I genuinely think it’s our best album.
I sort of let Dom take the lead a little bit. That’s why this album’s taken two years. Every decision takes like a week for him to come back to us. Normally I just rush everything. With him he’s really slow, takes his time with every decision. I allowed him to make a lot of decisions about what was good and what wasn’t.”
Muse will release the ninth studio album “Will of the People” on 26 August 2022 via Warner Records and Helium-3 records. Watch the “Will of the People” song performance below!