To boldly go where no band has gone before…
Coldplay’s Chris Martin reveals his ambitions to perform on the moon.
Days after Coldplay unveiled his space new video for “Higher Power,” the singer revealed he’s ready to go to the ultimate frontier.
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However, he also acknowledged that the emptiness of space without sound could prove to be a stumbling block if Coldplay were to boldly go where no band has gone before.
He told ‘The Zach Song Show’: “Not a lot of people have done it, it’s true. But isn’t there a point that if you play on the moon, no one can really hear? I’m talking about the atmosphere.” I am confused.
“We’ll try anything twice. I don’t mind ridicule because I only speak what feels right to me. That’s what we all have to do.”
While there isn’t much exposure to the moon, the video for ‘Higher Power’ shows Coldplay exploring otherworldly locations of a new planet.
Directed by Dave Meyers, who has previously worked with Taylor Swift and Billie Eilish, the video sees the band heading to a “colourful garbage planet” called Kaotica, whose foreign language is spoken throughout the video and ‘higher power’. prominently in the artwork.
Once there, they encounter a street-gang of robot dogs, giant holograms and dancing aliens carried out by Seoul’s obscure dance company.
The track was first unveiled last month and has already been streamed over 75 million times worldwide.
Reports earlier this year also claimed that the band was working on a new album titled ‘Music of the Spheres’.