UK’s rock band Muse have released their new single Pressure, the latest track from their upcoming album Simulation Theory (due for release on November 9th). The song centers on a high school dance that goes awry and features a guest appearance by Terry Crews.


Since forming in 1994, Muse have released seven studio albums selling in advance of 20 million albums worldwide. Widely recognised as one of the best live bands in the world, they have won numerous music awards including two Grammy Awards, an American Music Award, five MTV Europe Music Awards, two Brit Awards, ten NME Awards and seven Q Awards, amongst others.

The new record, Simulation Theory follows 2015’s Drones (debuted at No. 1 in 21 countries around the world including their first No. 1 album in the United States). The album will be released in three formats: Standard (11 tracks), Deluxe (16 tracks), and Super Deluxe (21 tracks). The expanded tracklisting features an acoustic gospel version of Dig Down, The UCLA Bruin Marching Band feature on Pressure, a live version of Thought Contagion, acoustic versions of several tracks, including Something Human and Alternate Reality versions of Algorithm and The Dark Side.

Muse has also announced a world tour for 2019, with more cities to be added. North American dates will see the band play gigs in cities including New York, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Toronto and Washington. In Europe the band will play in London, Paris, Milan, Prague, Moscow and many more. Full details will be announced soon.

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