"I'm 99.9% positive that dates will be added...I'm sure we will come to Ireland at some point."

They have sold over twenty million albums worldwide, won two Grammy awards and have just dropped their eighth studio album 'Simulation Theory'.

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So naturally, Fergal caught up with Muse to find out more about their latest musical offering. He chatted to Chris Wolstenholme from the group on the show today who told him  that "while we're doing something slightly new with this album, we still want to retain the DNA of Muse".

Chris also spoke about how the band was originally named after a Japanese porn film - the group was originally called 'Rocket Baby Doll'. The band are currently on their world tour and while there are no Irish dates yet, Chris did say to watch this space "I'm 99.9% positive that dates will be added...I'm sure we will come to Ireland at some point."

To catch the full chat press the play button on the image on the top of the screen