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Published on May 18, 2012
An upbeat song with simple simple drums and infectious guitar riff.
The song employs an almost surf-riff guitar with a looping bass.
Originally listed on the Muse set list as Swiss Rhapsody. It was rumoured to be the first single of Black Holes and Revelations, but this was denied by the band. Also played at Earls Court and during the following American tour. It was one of the four "new" songs bootlegged by fans.
This is one of Muse's songs which indicates a skepticism concerning the ability of religion, or here "gods", to effect change.