Royal Albert Hall - The Sun Review 1110

Muse rock the Royal Albert Hall

ITÂ’S rare a band will take your breath away, but MUSE managed to suck out all the oxygen from the Royal Albert Hall and fill it with wonder.

The spectacular trio left fans in awe with their incredible and compelling set, reminding people why they are one of the best live bands in Britain.

THE WHO legend ROGER DALTREY introduced the threesome for their charity gig in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust.

They came onstage to rapturous applause in a venue deserving of their stature.

Immediately everyone who had a seated ticket stood up, with a full-to-the-brim crowd of over 5,000 standing for the duration of the gig in their honour.

Frontman MATT BELLAMY burst into life with opening track Take A Bow, belting out hits as though his life depended on it.

The grandeur of their anthemic sound vibrated through the floor as they roared through New Born, Hysteria and Starlight.