Muse have revealed what to expect from their new ‘Origin Of’ compilation – due for release later this year.
Earlier this week, frontman Matt Bellamy teased that not only might they play a ‘by request’ show where the fans choose the setlist at Reading & Leeds, but he also alluded to ‘Origin Of Muse’ – a compendium of their first two records, ‘Showbiz’ and ‘Origin Of Symmetry’, with added “early demos and rare stuff etc,” adding that it would be “a kind of autobiography of music”.
Now, a new video interview has emerged with more details about the project.
We’re going to put out something actually, this year,” Bellamy told Andy Harms on Alt 98.7. “We’re working on it. It’s probably going to be a limited edition like package of the first two albums put together, but with all the songs and demos that we made around that time.
“We’re hopefully gonna put that out this year – we’re going to call it ‘Origin Of Muse’, because it’s basically the story musically of how we got to the ‘Origin Of Symmetry’ album.
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