The Resistance is the fifth studio album by English rock band Muse. It was released on 14 September 2009 through the band's own Helium-3 imprint as well as Warner Bros. Records. Musically, the record is similar to some of the band's previous material, mixing orchestral elements with rock and electronic music. The album also saw the band craft a three-part, 15-minute long symphony piece titled "Exogenesis". Lyrically, it is a concept record, as well as continuation of the themes from their previous records, being influenced by politics and more oppressive subjects. The Resistance was promoted with three commercial singles: "Uprising", "Undisclosed Desires", and "Resistance", with "Exogenesis: Symphony" receiving a Record Store Day vinyl release. The record earned the band a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album in 2011.