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Muse's drone crashed into the audience at a London gig

No one was hurt

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True to the title of their 2015 album Drones, British rockers Muse have flown drones over the heads of their audiences throughout their recent tour. But the gimmick unexpectedly evoked some of that album’s dystopian themes when the stage prop crashed Thursday night at a concert at London’s O2 Arena.

The accident happened during Drones cut “The Globalist.” As NME reports, crew members quickly removed the drone from the audience and no fans were hurt. But this also isn’t the first time the band’s elaborate spectacle has gone awry: One of their drones also crashed at a January gig in Detroit.

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Only time will tell what this means for the drone racing league frontman Matt Bellamy recently invested in. Check out footage of the crash below.

 

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