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Muse want to rock Olympics
Muse and The Horrors want to record the anthem for the 2012 London Olympics.
Horrors rocker Rhys Webb has revealed he and his bandmate Tom Cowen have written a track for the prestigious sporting event and have given it to London mayor Boris Johnson for consideration.
Tom told BBC 6 Music: "It's an electronic piece and it's very evocative of the human frame and very athletic, but also graceful. It would be a lot better than whatever they choose, that's for sure."
Muse drummer Dominic Howard has also admitted his band are keen to write a track for the event which the UK capital will host from July 27 to August 12 2012.
He said: "Since it's in London, sure. We've got a new song, so maybe we could use that."
Former New Order star Bernard Sumner - who wrote England's 1990 World Cup song 'World In Motion' - has also expressed an interest in writing the official anthem.Posted on 1 Mar 2010 16:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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