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Muse Frontman Matt Bellamy Wants To Retire And Grow Hemp

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Muse frontman, Matt Bellamy, has a backup plan if this whole music thing doesn’t work out.

Even though his band just released their new album “The Resistance”, rocked this years Coachella festival, and were credited as the inspiration for the Twilight series by author Stephenie Meyer, the rocker said in an interview that he plans to retire and become a hemp farmer.

The 32-year-old musician owns a sprawling country estate in Devon, England, and plans to farm hemp to create paper and other materials from the plant. But if that isn’t enough, Bellamy is already using the land as a sheep farm with a flock of 50 Dorset Downs sheep and two rams. If you’re wanting to learn more about the hemp plant, you can look at this article on Industrial Hemp CBD: What it is and How it Differs from Cannabis Derived CBD, that dives in deeper into the compounds found within the cannabis/hemp plant and there effects.

He said of the animals that, “When I stop touring I’m going to hang around there and start shearing sheep.”

No word on whether Bellamy’s fur enthusiast superstar girlfriend, Kate Hudson, will be out in the bogs shearing alongside him.

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