By: Annie Scaramuzzino
UK rockers Muse have confirmed that they will indeed be performing at the 2013 Brit Awards next month, and fans can expect a “Supreme” performance.
In a recent interview with Radio.com (via KROQ), frontman Matt Bellamy revealed that the band will be doing a rendition of their song “Supremacy,” complete with an entire orchestra and choir.
“Supremacy” is the group’s lead track off of their latest album, The 2nd Law, which dropped last year.
Muse is up for the Best Live Act and Best British Group awards for the evening; the ceremony takes place on February 20th at London’s O2 Arena.
Additionally, the trio is up for two Grammys this year: Best Rock Album for The 2nd Law and Best Rock Song for “Madness.”
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