Muse have never been a band who do things by halves, and the trailer for their new concert film 'Simulation Theory' is further proof of just how far they can push the boundaries of their art.
Filmed at London's O2 in September last year, the feature combines footage of the band with a backstory that finds a group of scientists investigating the source of a paranomal anomaly that's appearing around the world.
The film's director Lance Drake had this to say:
"The goal for Simulation Theory was to capture the scale of the electrifying live show and to expand upon its connection to the DNA of the world we built for the past three years in music videos for Muse. In a strange turn, the film’s alternate reality eerily started to mirror our own.”
Have a watch for yourself below:
Looks amazing right?
You'll be able to see 'Simulation Theory' both at IMAX theatres around the world from August 17 and also digitally from August 21.
For IMAX details you'll want to head right HERE and for digital details right HERE
The album 'Simulation Theory' was released back in 2018, and featured the likes of 'Pressure' which sounds like this:
You can pick up the record from our mates over at EMP from right HERE