Muse have been nominated for British Group and British Live Act at this year’s BRIT Awards. The band will also be performing live at this year’s ceremony, which takes place at London’s O2 Arena on Wednesday February 20.
Muse have won numerous awards during their illustrious career including 2 Brits, 7 MTV Europe Music Awards, 6 Q awards (winning Best Act In The World today in 2012), 8 NME awards, 4 Kerrang awards, three Grammy nominations and a Mercury Music Prize nomination.
The next track to be taken from the group’s current album “The 2nd Law”, which has sold 1.5 million copies worldwide, will be “Supremacy” on February 25. They will embark on their biggest stadium tour so far in a series of dates this year including Ricoh Arena, Coventry, Etihad Stadium, Manchester and two nights at Emirates Stadium, London.
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