Muse To Headline Glastonbury Festival

(Classic Rock) Muse have been named as headline act on the Friday night of this year's Glastonbury festival. Muse marked the announcement by releasing video clips of their previous Glastonbury sets, commenting: "Playing a little show at home."

They'll appear on the Pyramid Stage on June 24, making them the first band to have made headline appearances on all three nights of the main event. They'd previously played the Sunday of 2004 and the Saturday of 2010.

The band this month won a Best Rock Album Grammy for seventh album Drones. They launch a European tour in France tonight (February 29) with UK dates to follow in April. See the tour dates and watch the video here.

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