Currently on their ‘Drones’ world tour, British rock stalwarts Muse are well reknowned for their spectacular live performances, and for good reason. However, at the London O2 Arena date of their current tour (April 14th 2016), one of the floating drone props failed and crashed into the crowded audience.
You can view footage of the drone slowly descending into the crowd below:
Admittedly, describing it as ‘crashing’ may be a slight overstatement, and according to reports – and understandably so – there were no injuries as a result. The venue staff then proceeded to remove the prop from the venue for the remainder of the band’s set.
The band’s latest album, ‘Drones’, is available now through Warner Bros. Records.
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