Astronaut Tim Peake Says Muse's Starlight Sounds "Even Better In Orbit"

4 January 2016, 17:53 | Updated: 4 January 2016, 18:01

Muse with Tim Peake Inset

The first Briton to go to the International Space Station has tweeted the band.

Tim Peake reckons Muse's Starlight sounds "even better in orbit". 

The first Briton to go to the International Space Station was asked by the trio how they sounded in space back in December, after he included them on his Spotify playlist.

Yesterday (3 January), the astronaut replied to the band with the best answer ever, claiming they sound "great on Earth, but even better in orbit".

Nice.

Watch the official video to the band's Starlight below: 

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