Matt Bellamy reveals more about Muse’s Reading and Leeds plans…

matt bellamy reading festival Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has revealed the Devon threesome are planning to play their 2001 album Origin Of Symmetry in its entirety when they headline this summer’s Reading and Leeds festivals.

The band had previously said they would be ‘retiring’ the ten year old album at the festivals – playing its songs for the last time.¬† But now they seem keen to give the album a proper send off by playing it from start to finish for one last time.

Matt announced the plans on his Twitter profile, saying: “So we’ll probably play Origin in its entirety (as well as other songs) at Reading/Leeds as it will be 10 years since it came out.”

What do you think about the bands plans? Looking forward to it or feel a bit short-changed by a headliner dedicating their set to a decade-old album? Let us know in the comments below.

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