Matt Bellamy, lead singer with galactic rockers, Muse, has shared the joy at the discovery of the supermassive black hole.
Space scientists revealed the first-ever image of a supermassive black hole yesterday, Wednesday, April 10th. The celestial news kicked off an online discussion between Bellamy and fans on social media.
Bellamy Tweeted about the link between the epic space news and Muse’s 2006 record, Black Holes and Revelations, and its lead track, “Supermassive Black Hole.”
Supermassive black hole, finally spotted https://t.co/AqfuwEW4tm
— Matt Bellamy (@MattBellamy) April 10, 2019
Muse fans expressed delight and wrote their responses that connected the song to the scientific event.
as a space nerd and a muse enthusiastic, this makes me beyond happy!
— space kid 🚀 (@pepisamaa) April 10, 2019
MATT CONGRATS YOUR SONG IS IN SPACE
— stina (@dxltamachine) April 10, 2019
Been waiting for this tweet all day
— Џ Muse News Џ (@ClubMuser) April 10, 2019
— Jess M. (@Jess_MaslowD) April 10, 2019
— Richard (@RichardEsc7) April 10, 2019
OoOoOh, you set my soul alight…🎶 pic.twitter.com/v1ye6tjUPl
— Anybell_ amy 🤘 (@isabella_muse) April 10, 2019
I was WAITING for you to tweet this! Props, this song is gonna be playing everywhere now 😁🕳
— le wolstenbeast (@hyper_chondriac) April 10, 2019
Are glaciers going to melt in the dead of night?
— Louie Rubio (@drones_rubio419) April 10, 2019
According to Billboard, Black Holes and Revelations‘ space-rock opus bagged it a No. 2 spot on Billboard‘s Digital Albums chart when it was first dropped in 2006.
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