Muse have made public a music video for their latest single "Undisclosed Desires". The band are captured performing in a room full of entangled cables. The video was supposed to be premiered on October 29, but due to "unforeseen circumstances", it was delayed to November 3.
Taken from Muse's fifth studio album "The Resistance", "Undisclosed Desires" is written by frontman Matthew Bellamy. "It sounds like Timbaland without my vocals," Matthew said of the song. "But it's actually quite a personal song about me and my girlfriend. I'm thinking people have had enough of geo-political stuff by the of the album."
In addition to crafting songs for his own band, Matthew Bellamy also penned a track called "Soaked" for Adam Lambert's major-label debut album "For Your Entertainment". A 30-second clip of the song is currently made available for stream on Amazon's U.K. website along with the rest of Adam's upcoming effort.
Muse's "Undisclosed Desires" music video