The live sessions were recorded in July 2000 prior to the release of their debut album ‘Parachutes’.
Coldplay has shared a new trailer for a live performance of their “Amsterdam Sessions” filmed in 2000.
The sessions were originally recorded prior to the release of the band’s debut album, ‘Parachutes’, which came out in July 2000.
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‘Amsterdam Sessions’ performance now set to be added coda collection, which launched back in February and is currently only available in the US through Amazon Prime.
In the intimate live performance, Coldplay has been seen playing tracks like ‘Trouble’, ‘Don’t Panic’, ‘Shiver’ and ‘Yellow’. Footage from the 2000 performance has never been seen outside the Netherlands – and you can watch a trailer for Coldplay’s “Amsterdam Sessions” below.
In other Coldplay news, the band is set to release their BTS collaboration ‘My Universe’ on September 24.
The track will feature on Coldplay’s upcoming new Max Martin-produced album Music of the Spheres, which is set for release on October 15.
Announcing ‘Music of the Spheres’, the band said in a note to their fans, “To listen, or to come to the show, or in any way we’ve met through music.”
Coldplay will join the acts that will be performing live as part of Global Citizen Live later this month.
Charity events will be held in several cities around the world during a 24-hour broadcast and livestream on 25 September.
The band will also play the inaugural show next month at the newly named Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington.