Watch Matt Bellamy play a robot glove at Muse’s outrageous Isle Of Wight headline show

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Over the years, Muse‘s live shows have thrown up some incredible spectacles: a gymnast performing mid-air acrobatics suspended from giant light bulb, an alien monster nicknamed Murph, Charles The Dancing Robot, but the Devon trio raised the bar for their headline appearance at the Isle Of Wight festival last night (June 19), with frontman Matt Bellamy playing the intro to The Resistance-era single Uprising on a futuristic high-tech glove.

Having already teased the festival audience with riffs from AC/DC (Back In Black, tagged onto Hysteria), Slipknot (Duality, appended to Won’t Stand Down) and Guns N’ Roses (Sweet Child O’ Mine playing out Plug In Baby), Bellamy walked to the front of the main stage’s ‘ego ramp’ walkway, and proceeded to play a snippet of his solo track Behold The Glove on… yes, a robotic glove, before segueing into Uprising.

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