Muse have already started to think about their next album, the follow up to this year’s ‘Drones’, claims drummer Dom Howard.
“We’ve talked about it, yeah,” he told the South China Morning Post, “but we haven’t really talked about when or where. “I just know we need to do something really, really different to anything we’ve done before.
“I think it’s time to kind of lose our minds a little bit more in the studio and delve into some new areas of music that we’re kind of not that used to or comfortable with.
“I think we should definitely do that and kinda go for it. Yeah, we’ve got small ideas about how we think we can evolve. That’s the key thing: evolving.”
Earlier this week the band extended their forthcoming ‘Drones’ UK tour, with new dates at Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena and London’s O2 Arena.
The full tour will now visit:
02 Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena
03 London, O2 Arena
05 Dublin, Three Arena
06 Belfast, SSE Arena
08 Manchester, Manchester Arena
09 Manchester, Manchester Arena
11 London, O2 Arena
12 London, O2 Arena
14 London, O2 Arena
15 London, O2 Arena
17 Glasgow, SSE Hydro
18 Glasgow, SSE Hydro
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