Muse‘s long awaited “Panic Station” video is nearly here.
Watch it online on Monday, April 22 beginning at 1:00 p.m. EDT on the band’s YouTube channel.
Following the premiere, the band will take to their Twitter page to answer your questions. Be sure to use #musepanicstation if you want your question answered. You can watch the chat live on Twitter or at ask.muse.mu.
And for those who just can’t wait, check out the band’s Tumblr page for some sneak previews.
“Panic Station” is one of only three studio-recorded songs with swearing in it (“Crying Shame” and “Hidden track”). It also marks the first time Matt has sworn on an album track. No word yet on whether the soon-to-be-released video will be edited.
Meanwhile, Muse dedicated their hit “Starlight” to Boston during a sold out show at New York’s Madison Square Garden just hours after the bombing. Frontman Matt Bellamy also revisited his guitar-driven rendition of the “Star Spangled Banner.”
Muse’s The 2nd Law is available now.