Review of Teignmouth

The Times have given Muse's homecoming Teignmouth gigs a review, and rated them 4/5

The shop front of the local lingerie shop wasn’t the only one given over to the return of Teignmouth’s most famous sons. However, compared with the relatively rudimentary attempts by neighbouring outlets, Bare Necessities had gone to some effort. At the centre of its window display a sign read: “The boys are back in town.” Either side of it sat a full flush of Muse’s first four albums and a copy of the local paper, the Herald Express, its headline trumpeting: “Muse are coming home.” Hanging just above it all on a mini washing-line were three men’s briefs, such as an internationally successful male three-piece rock band might, presumably, wear.