This interactive experience will allow fans to (re) live a Muse show, according to a concert given in Madrid in 2019 during the tour for the album. Simulation Theory.
While waiting to be able to find Muse on a physical stage, fans of the group will be able to attend a concert from their smartphone. The British group have announced “Muse: Enter The Simulation”, a virtual reality show available today, and for which a trailer has been unveiled.
This interactive experience, imagined in collaboration with the Stageverse platform, will allow fans to (re) live a Muse show, based on a concert given in Madrid in 2019 during the tour for the album. Simulation Theory.
“The role of humans in technology”
After downloading an application (free), it will be possible for them to virtually attend the group’s show with their relatives or other connected fans, in the form of a customizable 3D avater (with outfits signed by the French house Balmain). On the program, 16 points of view and a 360-degree overview for. The event, to be discovered on a dedicated site, is “free for a limited time”, it is indicated.
“The Simulation Theory project has always aimed to create an experience that redefines the role of humans in technology,” Matt Bellamy, leader and singer of Muse, said in a statement. “We can’t wait for our fans to be able to fully immerse themselves in this world, and enjoy all that this experience has to offer.”
Headliner of the “Eurocks” 2022
Muse was to be the headliner of the 2021 edition of the Eurockéennes de Belfort, canceled due to constraints related to the health situation. The organizers announced last May that the group had agreed to maintain their show for the 2022 edition.
Since its formation in 1994, Muse has released eight studio albums and sold over 20 million records. The last concert of the trio on the banks of the Malsaucy pond, where the Eurockéennes traditionally take place, was held in 2006.