Fans of Coldplay they would be regretting it. Chris Martin, lead singer of the legendary British band, gave some revealing statements during an interview with BBC Radio 2. As the interpreter of “Coloratura” commented, the group dIt will stop producing new records from 2025.
Well, I know I can tell you: our last album proper will be out in 2025 and after that i think we’ll just tour“Said the musician.
“We will do some things in collaboration, but the Coldplay catalog, so to speak, will end by then,” he added, mentioning that the band by then would have reached a limit.
Chris has already talked about it before
It is not the first time Martin talks about the possibility that Coldplay will stop writing new songs. In October, the band spoke to NME about the intensity of being in the studios dedicating themselves to music.
“I think because I know the challenge is limited, creating music doesn’t feel difficult, but it feels like, ‘This is what we’re supposed to do,’” Chris said.
The interviewer asked him if they are already producing their latest albums. The singer, in response, told him: “I don’t think that’s what we will do. I know that’s what we’ll do in terms of studio albums. “
Coldplay will sing in Lima
For the second time, Coldplay will set foot on Peruvian soil to perform a concert in Lima, on September 20, 2022. As you remember, their last presentation was in 2016, where they sang hits like “Viva la vida”, “Clocks”, “A head full of dreams”, “Paradise”, among others.
The prices to see the British band were as follows (tickets are currently sold out):
- Central west S/ 764,75
- West 1 S/ 690,00
- West 2 S/ 506,00
- Court 1 S/ 793,50
- Court 2 S/ 517,50
- Central east S/ 764,75
- East 1 S/ 690,00
- East 2 S/ 506,00
- North grandstand S/ 172,50.
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Chris Martin stated that Coldplay will stop making new records in 2025