Today the band have confirmed that rising Manchester four-piece Pale Waves will be joining them on their UK dates as well as the recently announced guitar legend and co-founder of Rage Against The Machine, Audioslave and Prophets Of Rage Tom Morello. These shows will also see Muse headline their first ever stadium show in the West Country at Bristol Ashton Gate Stadium as well as London Stadium and Manchester Etihad Stadium this summer.

Pale Waves released their critically acclaimed debut album My Mind Makes Noises in September 2018 via Dirty Hit which features the hit singles ‘There’s A Honey’, ‘Television Romance, ‘Kiss’, and ‘Eighteen’. Currently on tour supporting The 1975 the band will head out on their own UK headline tour in September 2019, which will include Pale Waves’ biggest London headline show to date, with them playing the O2 Forum on September 26th. The tour will also see a huge hometown show at Manchester’s Academy the following night.

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