Muse Debut "Undisclosed Desires" as "New Moon" Invades MySpace

November 3, 2009 12:30 PM ET

Muse debuted their new video for "Undisclosed Desires" on MySpace today as part of New Moon's musical invasion of the site. Interestingly, though, "Undisclosed Desires" is not the Muse song that appears on the movie's soundtrack — that's "I Belong to You (New Moon Remix)" — and you won't get a glimpse of Robert Pattinson or Kristen Stewart in the clip. What you do get, though, is Matt Bellamy and Co. belting out their INXS-esque track from The Resistance and a whole lot of tangled instrument cables.

For more on Muse, don't miss David Fricke's profile Global Superstars Muse Explode in America.

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