"Algorithm" picks up where "Pressure" left off, following kick-ass principal Terry Crews as he trains and turn to science in order to better fight off the Zombie invasion. Or, maybe he's just been fooled by The Matrix.
Buckle up for an unholy alliance between Fury Road, Tron, a random midnight movie you'd rent on VHS from Blockbuster Video, and a high speed experience meets Oculus Rift.
Matt Bellamy, Muse: "Life on the road can bring out your inner beast, this song and video is about taming that beast, desiring a return to something human. Plus, Teen Wolf is cool."
Lance Drake, director: "Our aim with 'Something Human' was to continue the journey that began in 'Dig Down' and 'Thought Contagion.' Pulling further into a simulated world we follow Matt, Dom, and, Chris on the chase of a lifetime - where something as simple as returning some video tapes becomes an epic journey."
A "lyric video" driven by Artificial Intelligence. Custom software by Branger_Briz crawls the Internet for footage of celebrities, politicians and artists saying the lyrics to "Dig Down," which are then laced together and played over an instrumental of the track. Don't get too attached to what you see: It's updated every day through the end of the month.
Muse singer Matt Bellamy goes full Max Headroom in this futuristic adventure that's got a bit of a side-scrolling video game vibe as Lauren Wasser — a model who lost a limb due to toxic shock — takes on the machine.
Dance is definitely the trend of 2015, ever since Sia’s “Chandelier” (and Kiesza’s “Hideaway”) broke some ground last year with their ur-dance videos. This time Muse and director Robert Hales take you inside a chalk-filled silo while two dancers express their kind of creepy selves.
A little performance, a little lyrical video, a little artwork from Matt Mahurin (where the heck have you been, man?), a drill sergeant channeling his inner R. Lee Ermey: Put them together, and you have a new video from Muse for their forthcoming album Drones.
If Muse has always struck you as oh so serious, this new video for "Panic Station" may come as a shock. The behind-the-scenes intro (and outro) confirm that this is meant to be silly, which indeed it is: Crazy costumes, dancing through the streets of Tokyo, characters that could have been pulled straight from Kaiju Big Battel or Yo Gabba Gabba... This is Muse getting the sillies out.