Muse’s ‘Drones’ world tour begins in Mexico
Muse started their “Drones” World Tour last night (Nov 17) in Mexico, debuting songs from 2015 album ‘Drones’ as well as unveiling an ambitious new stage show.
The band’s setlist at Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City leaned heavily ‘Drones’ with ‘The Globalist’ and new single ‘Revolt’ both played live for the first time.
Singer Matt Bellamy recently compared their new live set-up to Pink Floyd’s famous ‘The Wall’ Tour. “It’s our version of ‘The Wall’, basically,” Muse’s frontman told BBC Radio 2. He also promised there would be “a whole swarm of drones” and a stage “like a double- headed arrow”, both of which appeared in Mexico.
The tour sees the band perform for the first time ‘in the round’ from the middle of the arena. This stage design and configuration gives fans a 360 degree audio/visual sensory experience.
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