Anyone who has seen Muse live knows that in addition to playing most of the tracks on all of his albums –And suddenly surprise us with one or another rarity from his discography– his concerts are true shows that you must experience at least once in your life. And we are not saying it as a joke, the effort they make to carry out a staging accompanied by their songs is impressive.
Many are the examples of this, how to forget the tour of The Resistance with those three giant towers where Matt Bellamy, Chris Wolstenholme and Dominic Howard played, or maybe the impressive stage they set up to promote The 2nd Law. But just a year ago they left us with the square eye with the spectacular concert that they put together at the Foro Sol in CDMX with the Simulation Theory.
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Muse arrives at the cinema with a spectacular film
And we are not exaggerating, those two nights we were able to enjoy Muse in its maximum splendor, with a huge animatronic that waved its arms as if trying to capture Bellamy and a lot of dancers who accompanied them. That is why now the english band decided to take this experience to the next level, and for all those who did not have a chance to see them live, a movie inspired by his last tour is coming.
Yes, as they read it. This film is directed by the band’s longtime collaborator, Lance Drake, and will focus on the concert that Matt, Dom and Chris gave at London’s O2 Arena in 2019. But In addition to capturing the band’s performance, the film will also tell a story inspired by the songs from their latest album..
This tape will be like the band’s ‘The Wall’
According to NME, the Muse film “follows a team of scientists as they investigate the origin of a paranormal anomaly that appears all over the world.” Drake himself says that this project will be like The Wall of Pink Floyd of the band and that the whole story will go between reality and virtual.
“The goal of ‘Simulation Theory’ was to capture the scale of the electrifying live show and expand its connection to the DNA of the world we have built over the past three years in music videos for Muse. In a strange twist, the alternate reality of the film began to mirror our own. ” Lance Drake said about this tape.
And is that at the beginning of the year, the same source spoke with Matt Bellamy and the frontman of the band mentioned that although this movie is set in the 80s sci-fi world, as incredible as it may seem and despite the fact that they released that album a long time ago, there is the theme of a virus that contrasts completely with what we are experiencing these days.
The Simulation Theory Experience It will be released in IMAX theaters, and since you know that not all theaters are open, Muse will launch it through digital platforms like iTunes, Google Play and Amazon on August 21. Fans will also be able to pre-order Over here a special edition movie boxset, including comic book and special edition poster in collaboration with Marvel.
But while the day comes to see this tape of Muse, Here is the great trailer: