Coldplay says they will stop recording music in 2025
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Coldplay says they will stop recording music in 2025

Albert Rosales

December 29, 2021

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    Coldplay frontman, Chris Martin, announced last December 22, 2021 that their 12th album in 2025 is going to be their “last proper record” as a band.

    In an interview with BBC Radio 2, he said that the group will be more active in touring instead of recording new songs.

    “Maybe we’ll do some collaborative things, but the Coldplay catalog, as it were, finishes then,” the band’s frontman added.

    Coldplay released last October 2021 their latest and 9th album, Music of the Spheres. Some of the tracks in this album include their latest hit single “Higher Power” and “My Universe” featuring K-pop sensation BTS.

    The synth-pop-rock band consists of lead vocalist and pianist Chris Martin; Jonny Buckland on lead guitar; Will Champion on drums; and bassist Guy Berryman. 

    They have 30 nominations in Grammy Awards with seven wins including the Best Rock Album in 2008 for Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends. Their last award nomination is at the 2022 Brit Awards for Group of the Year and Best Rock/Alternative Act.

    Coldplay will start touring in January 2022 for their Music of the Spheres world tour. This is their first global tour since 2017 for their A Head Full of Dreams Tour.


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