Devon-hailing stadium rockers Muse have announced a special December show at London’s majestic Royal Albert Hall to benefit The Prince’s Trust, a youth charity set up by the Prince of Wales in 1976 to help young people develop the confidence and skills they need to realise their ambitions.

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Matt Bellamy said of the band’s personal connection with the charity: “For a long time, we’ve admired the work of The Prince’s Trust. When we were starting out as a band the Trust actually gave us a small grant to buy our first PA system, which I still have to this day. It really helped set us up on the right road and we’re delighted to be able to play a show to raise funds for them.”

Check out Muse’s 80’s-themed video for Pressure:

This follows the announcement of eighth studio album Simulation Theory, dropping 9th November, new song Pressure, a reveal of North American and European cities the group will swing by in 2019 on their Simulation Theory tour and a stop by Maidstone Studios in Kent this week for a rapturous return to Later…with Jools Holland.

Here’s a clip of Muse airing new song Dig Down accompanied by Jools Holland on Later… earlier this week:

An ‘early access’ ticket presale for the Royal Albert Hall show will take place on Wednesday 10th October for fans who have pre-ordered the new album, via the band’s official store.

Tickets will go on general sale on Friday 12th October at 9am through ID ticketing will be in operation with tickets limited to two per person. The band will be partnering with Twickets for fan to fan resale to avoid the touts.

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In addition there will be a chance to win a unique VIP experience to attend the concert, including a guided tour with the band of the iconic building before the show and a song dedication during the set.

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