Muse Had Fun With Panic Station
When it comes to being named "the greatest band of all time to see live by NME readers," Wolstenholme admitted that an over-the-top live show is what Muse values most as a band.
"We obviously try to make as big of a spectacle as we can when we play live and we just love the whole excitement of the whole package," he admits. As far as what fans can expect from this tour, he said, "I think this tour… is as far as we've gone in terms of production for an indoor show."
The trio have followed up 2012 hit "Madness" with "Panic Station," and the single's controversial video was released just this week. Wolstenholme raved about the video shoot, noting it was "really, really fun" when they filmed it themselves in Tokyo with some simple HD cameras and "silly outfits." "I think it's the first video we've filmed where we genuinely had a fun time making it," he said. More including the video.
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