- Publish Date
- Thursday, 13 August 2020, 8:23AM
On Tuesday (August 11), Muse shared the news that one of their "biggest fans" passed away.
"We are devastated to learn of the passing of one of our biggest fans Bianca Bonzi," they tweeted alongside a photo of the young woman smiling next to a Simulation Theory tour poster. "Bianca was at almost all of our European shows and would sleep out to be sure she got a place on the barrier. We looked forward to seeing her bright pink wig in the sea of people..."
"...always so happy and singing along. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Bianca’s family, and to all the lives she touched," they continued in a second tweet, sharing a photo of Bonzi in her pink wig. "RIP Bianca you will be missed. Matt, Dom & Chris"
See Muse's emotional post below.
Muse have kept pretty quiet in 2020, and frontman Matt Bellamy recently revealed the band's plans for next year and beyond.
"It depends on what happens in the world, but at the moment we’re planning on getting together, ideally in the place we all came together, Devon in Southwest England, and sort of get back to our original ways," he told Rolling Stone. "And even get back to the way we originally used to make music by meeting a couple of times a week to rehearse."
"The idea was to do that in 2021. If that goes well, get an album or a bunch of songs together and potentially hit the road again in 2022," he added.
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