In March, Muse released their first official single from their new album, Drones. “Dead Inside” is a slick, R&B flavored song that opens the concept album with someone losing his feeling to a bleak emptiness inside. Now we have a music video to go with the song, and it conveys the message in a new medium: Dance. A couple dances while Muse plays in the background, but you can see in the pair’s eyes that they’re like zombies.
Check it out:
While “Dead Inside” is the first official single from Drones, the first song we got to hear was the aggressive rocker “Psycho.” Muse has also performed a new track, “Reapers,” during their mini UK tour in March.
Drones is set for release on June 8th in the UK, and June 9th in the United States; head over to Muse’s official site to pre-order Drones on CD, CD+DVD, 12” double gatefold 180g vinyl, deluxe box set or as a digital download. While you have “Dead Inside,” “Psycho,” and “Reapers” stuck on repeat, you can also read up on all that we know about Drones so far. Keep checking back here for the latest Muse news.
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