In the past few years, there’ve been some massive secret guests at Hamburg’s Reeperbahn Festival.
Last year saw Liam Gallagher take to the stage ahead of album ‘As You Were’, and the previous year had Biffy Clyro swapping festival headline stages for the relatively small confines of the city’s Docks venue.
This year’s guest is - almost literally - out of this world, as space-obsessed bombast-rockers Muse are to give tracks from their forthcoming album, ‘Simulation Theory’, their first live outing at the event this evening (21st September).
‘Simulation Theory’ is set for release on 9th November.
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