U2? Radiohead? David Bowie? All viable options for a band teetering on the edge of experimentation for their upcoming sixth album.
Chris Martin and the band Coldplay have released a new crowdsourced music video protesting worldwide land grabs for the organization Oxfam, which according to their website “is an international confederation of 17 organizations networked together in more than 90 countries, as part of a global movement for change, to build a future free from the injustice of poverty.”
It seems the band is looking to take a bit of a sabbatical, but no word on when.
The band gives fans a taste of their upcoming DVD, ‘Coldplay Live 2012,’ due out November 19.
With help from Paris, a British graffiti artist, Coldplay will auction off the now famous rainbow–colored pieces responsible for the look and feel of Mylo Xyloto.
Coldplay gives us a look inside a world where sound and color have been banned. Mylo Xyloto, the hero in the upcoming comic book series, fights with his heart to restore sound and color to his futuristic world.
The same person who directed Adele’s ‘Live at Albert Hall’ show made this one.
“To make it not just a story about music, but a story about the power of creativity and the power of having a creative voice, which has always been a strong theme for the band,” says comic artist Mark Osborne.
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