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The beginning of the track features Bingham Bellamy's heartbeat.<ref>http://www.muselive.com/index.php?m=single&id=6747</ref> According to Bellamy, the song will be about 'having a baby and that'. This was later confirmed in an NME article where the song was described as Matt's 'ode to fatherhood.
 
The beginning of the track features Bingham Bellamy's heartbeat.<ref>http://www.muselive.com/index.php?m=single&id=6747</ref> According to Bellamy, the song will be about 'having a baby and that'. This was later confirmed in an NME article where the song was described as Matt's 'ode to fatherhood.
  
According to a French magazine, Jeuxactu, the song goes crescendo (builds up). It starts quietly and ends with a almost dancefloor beat with big bass. <ref>http://www.muselive.com/forums.php?m=posts&q=52987&d=0</ref>
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According to a French magazine, Jeuxactu, the song goes crescendo (builds up). It starts quietly and ends with a almost dancefloor beat with big bass. They have also stated that the track is "out of the ordinary."<ref>http://www.muselive.com/forums.php?m=posts&q=52987&d=0</ref>
  
 
The band enlisted the help of Nero as they were looking to collaborate with an artist to help create a more successful electronic mix of the song.
 
The band enlisted the help of Nero as they were looking to collaborate with an artist to help create a more successful electronic mix of the song.
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== Information ==
 
== Information ==
 
By error of Bellamy, Howard, Wolstenholme or Kirk, the name of the song was leaked by a photo on Twitter, until it was deleted.
 
By error of Bellamy, Howard, Wolstenholme or Kirk, the name of the song was leaked by a photo on Twitter, until it was deleted.

Revision as of 12:10, 16 August 2012

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Muse song
Name Follow Me
Album/single The 2nd Law
Length 3:51
Alternative titles -
First live performance
Latest live performance
Recorded 2011-2012
Writer/composer Matthew Bellamy
Producer Muse, Nero

Description

The beginning of the track features Bingham Bellamy's heartbeat.[1] According to Bellamy, the song will be about 'having a baby and that'. This was later confirmed in an NME article where the song was described as Matt's 'ode to fatherhood.

According to a French magazine, Jeuxactu, the song goes crescendo (builds up). It starts quietly and ends with a almost dancefloor beat with big bass. They have also stated that the track is "out of the ordinary."[2]

The band enlisted the help of Nero as they were looking to collaborate with an artist to help create a more successful electronic mix of the song.

Information

By error of Bellamy, Howard, Wolstenholme or Kirk, the name of the song was leaked by a photo on Twitter, until it was deleted.

References


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