Muse Song 'Survival' Named Official 2012 Olympics Theme Song

Thu, June 28, 2012 2:11pm EDT by 5 Comments
Muse Olympics Song

The British rockers composed a new song specifically for the 2012 Olympic Games! Listen here!

According to Muse’s website, Matt Bellamy composed the song “with the Olympics in mind. It’s about total conviction and pure determination to win.”

The anthem will be played before medal ceremonies, when athletes enter the stadium, and serve as the theme for international television coverage of the games.

The games, which take place July 27-August 12, will feature four other songs composed specifically for the Olympics. The other artists who will write songs are Elton John, Pnau, Delphic, Chemical Brothers, and Dizzie Rascal, whose songs will be released throughout the next few weeks leading up to the games.

Check out Muse’s song “Survival” below and tell us what you think!

HollywoodLifers, do you think Muse’s “Survival” will make an awesome Olympics anthem?

– Jenny Pickard

Check Us Out On Pinterest!

More 2012 Olympics News:

  1. Kris Humphries Would Be Honored To Play For US Olympic Team
  2. Lolo Jones: You’re One Smart, Hot Virgin
  3. One Direction Will Perform At The Olympics – Report