British rockers Muse have released their new music video for their latest single “Madness.” The song comes from their upcoming album “The 2nd Law” set for release next month. It harkens back to the sexy, sensual tone of “Super Massive Black Hole.” The video finds the band playing in front bright, illuminating lights that give everything a blue tint. Singer Matt Bellamy looks sensual as he sings, while the video switches from the band to chaos in a train station. Not only are there people in gas masks running around with riot guards surrounding them, a lady and lad find each other and fall in love. It’s a sleek video to go with this slick song.
This is the third song released from their new album. They released the dubstep inspired track “The 2nd Law: Unsustainable” a month ago to mixed reviews. The first single from the upcoming album “Survival,” was the official anthem for the 2012 Olympics, which they performed for the closing ceremony. “The 2nd Law” will be released October 2. To pre-order the new album, listen to their new songs, and to keep up with the latest Muse new visit their official website. You can watch their new video below.