Muse's frontman Matt Bellamy, told reporters the song was written with the Games in mind, and said he thinks it expresses a sense of conviction and determination to win. "It's a huge honor to have the track chosen as such a major part of the London 2012 Olympic Games," he said.
Inspirational with a little hard-rock edge, the track is no doubt the perfect anthem for this year's event in London. In fact, we might even use it as our daily alarm clock, because every day should seem this epic:
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This collaborative Spring/Summer 2014 footwear release reimagines the Lacoste Wytham silhouette with premium “On Court” and “Off Court” builds. The uppers comprise of tumbled leather and chalk suede, paired with a molded cup sole and padded lining with contrasting collars. An old-school “sunburst” perf pattern is featured along the toe box, while branding has been reserved for the tongue and footbed. Each pair will come complete with dust bags and multiple sets of laces. Expected to debut on May 3rd. Read more
Here's a look at the latest colorways for the Sk8-Hi Reissue Zip LX from Vans Vault. Each model features a nubuck toe, tongue, eyestay and heel with a suede Sidestrip and leather paneling. Additional details include metal eyelets, a heel zipper, rawhide laces and Vans’ iconic vulcanized sole unit. Available in black, jester red and peacoat (navy) colorways, releasing May 2014 at select Vans Vault retailers. Read more
Here's a clip of some crazy ass traffic and why there needs to be rules when it comes to the road. The video below shows Meskel Square in Addis Ababa, Ethiopa, which is just about one of the most chaotic intersections in the world. There are no traffic lights, signs, or signals. Read more