Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has a back-up career in mind when the band stops touring - he wants to become a hemp farmer. The star owns a sprawling country estate in Devon, south-west England and he wants to spend more time with his animals during his downtime from the group. And Bellamy admits he also has big business plans for his land in the future.

He tells Britain's The Sun, "I don't live there, it's just land with a couple of jaded barns that need to be renovated. It's a nice place to camp but my long-term plan is to grow industrial hemp for making paper and material. When I stop touring I'm going to hang around there and start shearing sheep. I've got 50 ewes and two rams. As we speak, I'm letting the rams loose on the ewes." (CL/WNTSU/PAW)

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