Last month, Muse were being generous by giving fans two new songs off of their much-anticipated upcoming record. Today, the trio have followed that up by releasing the official music video for their recently released song, “Dead Inside.”
The video features two dancers, dancing perfectly in sync with the song as the band perform the single not too far away from them. As the pair, and the band, perform puffs of powder are up in the air, creating a smoke screen. From the smoke screen, the only thing visible are the lights from the drones that are filming the entire thing.
Makes us think of those creepy drone flyer who use the machine to spy on people who are in the comfort of their own homes.
Watch the video below.
In a recent interview, frontman Matt Bellamy claimed the group might begin to use drones during their upcoming live performances.
“We always like to use the modern technology in our shows, the latest video screens or light shows, lasers, whatever is out there,” said Bellamy.
“Drones are obviously an interesting thing to try to bring into the live show so we’re going to try and do that. There’s going to be some difficulty with red tape of health and safety about flying things over, but the general idea is that as the tour starts that we’ll be using flying objects.”
It would be kind of cool to see the Muse performing at Download Festival while a slew of drones hover over the stage and/or the audience.
Drone, the highly anticipated follow-up to 2012’s The 2nd Law is set to be released on June 9. The full track list for the record can be seem below.
DRONES TRACK LIST:
01. “Dead Inside”
02. “[Drill Sergeant]”
06. “The Handler”
11. “The Globalist”