MUSE’S BRAND NEW TRACK “SURVIVAL” WILL BE THE OFFICIAL SONG OF THE LONDON 2012 OLYMPIC GAMES!
THE SONG WILL BE PLAYED ON RADIO FOR THE FIRST TIME TONIGHT (WEDNESDAY JUNE 27) AND WILL BE AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD FROM iTUNES FROM 8PM
Muse have had their brand new song “Survival” adopted as the official song of the London 2012 Olympic Games!
The track will be played for the first time tonight, Wednesday, June 27 and will be available to download on iTunes from 8pm.
“Survival” will be played throughout sports sessions in all London 2012 venues during the entire Games – when athletes enter the stadium, the lead up to the medal ceremonies and the track can be used by international broadcasters
The group appeared at the official London 2012 press conference today, June 27, launching the ‘Rock The Games’ music programme, which “Survival” is spearheading.
Matt Bellamy said today: “It’s a huge honour to have the track chosen as such a major part of the London 2012 Olympic Games. I wrote it with the Games in mind as it expresses a sense of conviction and determination to win”.
Muse are Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard and Chris Wolstenholme. Since forming in 1994 they have released five studio albums, selling in excess of 15 million albums worldwide. The group have won numerous awards including 5 MTV Europe Music Awards, 5 Q awards, 8 NME awards, 2 Brit awards, 4 Kerrang awards, three Grammy nominations and a Mercury Music Prize nomination. The group’s last album “The Resistance” was their third No 1 in the UK and reached the top in 19 countries in total. Muse will release their new studio album “THE 2ND LAW’ in September and will then play a huge European tour.