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Supermassive favor: Highly Suspect working on new album in Muse’s studio

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After sharing the road with Muse, Highly Suspect is now sharing a recording space with them, too.

In an Instagram post, the “Lydia” outfit shares that Matt Bellamy and company have lent them their studio to start working on a new record.

“Muse is letting us use their studio to write an album this summer so now you have that information,” the post reads. “Thanks @muse.”

Highly Suspect’s most recent album is last September’s The Midnight Demon Club, which features the singles “Natural Born Killer” and “Ice Cold.”

Muse, meanwhile, recently wrapped a U.S. tour in support of their latest record, last August’s Will of the People. The outing — which, in addition to featuring Highly Suspect on select dates, also included Evanescence on the bill — helped Muse pass over $200 million in career gross tour earnings.

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