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Muse announce new approach for album

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Muse announce new approach for album
Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has announced that the band are planning to release albums less frequently.

The group have decided to make the single "a more prominent format" by releasing music on a track-by-track basis and subsequently choosing the best songs for an album every few years.

"I don't think we're going to approach the next album like we're making an album," Bellamy revealed. "I like the idea of releasing a series of songs, every month or every couple of months - just putting songs out there.

"Almost like making the single a more prominent format, and then every few years doing a best of from that period and that would be the album. So in other words, throw out songs every couple of months and see how people like them."

Muse received critical acclaim for their last album Black Holes & Revelations, released in 2006.

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