Klaxons' Jamie Reynolds has revealed that the London-based trio turned down the chance to support Muse at Wembley Stadium in June.
Reynolds told MTV that Muse's Dominic Howard approached the band personally: "It was the drummer who asked us. It was quite a drunken night down the pub and I just said, 'Nah'. I don't know why, I didn't mean it!"
Whoops! Reynolds continued: "I have watched them from when they first started. I first saw them at Glastonbury and for them to [ask us to support] is a massive compliment."
The band haven't officially turned the offer down, then. Their James Righton said (begged?): "We haven’t turned it down officially and we're trying to sort it out. Please! We would love to play!"
Klaxons' 'Golden Skans' single looks certain to chart in the top ten this Sunday; their debut album, Myths Of The Near Future, is released on January 29. Is it as good as !!!'s Myth Takes, though? Let the battle of the myths begin!