Muse launch t-shirt campagin to save the Cavern

Yes THAT Muse

World-famous rock band Muse have stepped into save struggling Exeter nightclub the Cavern by launching a t-shirt campaign in its honour.

Having grown up in nearby Teignmouth, Muse first played at the Cavern in 1994, and played a dozen gigs there over the 90s.

The Cavern has struggled since Lockdown, and was forced to launch a Crowdfunder campaign in April.

It has currently raised nearly £22,000 of its £30,000 target.

Taking to Instagram, the members of Muse said: “We are happy to announce that a very special t-shirt has been added to our store: The Cavern Club tour date tee.

“The Cavern Club, Exeter, is where we cut our teeth as a band, playing there numerous times in our early years.

“T-shirt lists all the official shows that we performed there, both supporting and headlining.

“All sales proceeds will go directly to The Cavern Club, helping to keep it open and to support new artists and bands.”

The Muse Cavern Charity shirt can be bought here.

You can donate to the Cavern’s Crowdfunder pager here.

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Featured image via instagram @muse