Apple holds songwriting credits, while Moses appears as a cast
Apple and Moses Martin, two children of Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, have been credited for the band’s latest album, Music of the Spheres.
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Seventeen-year-old Apple is credited as a co-songwriter on the song ‘Let Somebody Go’, which features guest vocals from Selena Gomez.
Fifteen-year-old Moses, meanwhile, has an artist credit. He can be heard singing along to his father on the chorus of ‘Mankind’, Board come to know.
In the handwritten credits reproduced with the album, Martin draws hearts next to the names of both children.
This isn’t the first time Martin’s children, whose mother is the singer’s ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow, have joined his music.
In 2016, Martin invited Moses on stage at a gig in Lima, Peru, to celebrate his 10th birthday. Later that year, Apple sang a cover of Ariana Grande’s “Just a Little Bit of Your Heart” and Moses performed Twenty One Pilots’ “House of Gold” during a benefit show.
Alongside Gomez, the space-themed “Music of the Spheres” also features guest appearances from BTS, We Are King and Jacob Collier.
In a four star review, Granthshala Said of the album: “Like a twinkling night sky with stars, ‘Music of the Spheres’ is a celestial beauty capable of inspiring great awe and emotion.”
Meanwhile, Martin has stated that Coldplay has made several unsuccessful attempts to write James Bond themes, but were not satisfied with any of them.
talking to Granthshala For this week’s Big Read, Martin said: “We’ve had Bond themes for about five movies, but to be honest they’re not great.”