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Coldplay - Music of the Spheres

Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by B.A.D., Oct 21, 2019.

  1. ...Why?
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  2. Dua said no.
  3. This has to be the reason why.
  4. Well!

    Bonkers. Army carried!
  5. The continuous decline is so sad to see.
    tea, marie_05, HairBodyFace and 5 others like this.
  6. RainOnFire

    RainOnFire Staff Member

    They've basically become Maroon 5. BTS and Selena Gomez collaborations? Chris... sis...
  7. Their worst song in ages goes #1. tragic.
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  8. I actually think My Universe is great ddd. Classic Coldplay chorus. Elegant disco production. Not mad at all.

    Maroon 5 fucking wish.
  9. Eh, their last album is absolutely not something Maroon 5 would do, so let's not stretch that comparison too far.
  10. My Universe legit sounds like another Justin Timberlake Trolls castoff dd.
  11. I think My Universe is their best song in at least a decade.
  12. Selena sounds like a backing singer, except that most backing singers have 100 times her capability. She's not a bad actress, but her music career baffles me.
  13. This album will be a very mixed bag I guess. Coloratura is still epic to these ears so I'm hoping for a few more songs in that lane.
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  14. I agree the song is pretty good and has only grown on me. What ruins the experience is that the music video is not it for me at all, and gives it more of a Trollz vibe than it should have. Dave Meyers strikes again.
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    Tour trailer:

    On the eve of their new album, Music Of The Spheres, Coldplay have today announced an accompanying global stadium tour in 2022.

    The Music Of The Spheres World Tour begins on 18 March 2022 with the band’s first ever show in Costa Rica, before travelling to the Dominican Republic, Mexico, USA, Germany, Poland, France, Belgium and the UK.

    The full list of shows is available below and at Support at the majority of shows will come from H.E.R., with London Grammar supporting at selected dates.

    To ensure tickets get into the hands of fans directly, the tour will also have a Verified Fan presale available for all U.S. dates. Registration for U.S. tour dates is available now HERE through Sunday, October 17th at 6pm PT/9pm ET via Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program. Verified Fan presale begins Wednesday, October 20 at 10am local time through Thursday, October 21 at 10pm local time.

    The band have already teased that more dates will follow soon.


    In 2019, Coldplay committed to making their future tours as environmentally beneficial as possible, and today’s announcement is accompanied by a comprehensive set of sustainability initiatives and environmental commitments.

    Full details can be seen at, including commitments to:

    • cut direct emissions by 50% compared to the band’s most recent tour (2016-17).
    • power the show entirely by renewable, super-low emission energy – with solar installations at every venue, waste cooking oil, a kinetic stadium floor and kinetic bikes powered by fans. This power will be stored in the first ever mobile, rechargeable show battery (made from recyclable BMW i3 batteries).
    • draw down significantly more CO2 than the tour produces with a range of nature- and technology-based solutions, including planting one tree for every ticket sold.
    • provide each venue with a sustainability rider requesting best environmental practices.
    • encourage fans to use low carbon transport to and from shows via the official tour app built by SAP, rewarding those who do with a discount at venues.
    • ensure all merchandise is sustainably and ethically sourced.
    • -offer free drinking water and strive to eliminate plastic bottles at every venue.
    • put 10% of all earnings into a fund for environmental and socially-conscious causes, including ClientEarth, One Tree Planted and The Ocean Cleanup.
    • establish a partnership with climate change experts at Imperial College London's Grantham Institute - Climate Change and the Environment to quantify the impact of the tour – both positively and negatively – on the environment

    Credit: James Marcus Haney

    Coldplay said:

    “Playing live and finding connection with people is ultimately why we exist as a band. We’ve been planning this tour for years, and we’re super excited to play songs from across our whole time together.

    At the same time, we’re very conscious that the planet is facing a climate crisis. So we’ve spent the last two years consulting with environmental experts to make this tour as sustainable as possible, and, just as importantly, to harness the tour’s potential to push things forward. We won’t get everything right, but we’re committed to doing everything we can and sharing what we learn. It’s a work in progress and we’re really grateful for the help we’ve had so far.

    If you'd like to come to a show and sing with us, we’re so excited to see you.”


    18: San Jose, CR - Estadio Nacional (Support: TBA)
    22: Santo Domingo, DR - Estadio Olímpico (Support: TBA)
    25: Monterrey, MX - Estadio BBVA (Support: H.E.R.)
    29: Guadalajara, MX - Estadio Akron (Support: H.E.R.)

    3: Mexico City, MX - Foro Sol (Support: H.E.R.)
    23: Santa Clara, CA - Levi’s Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
    26: Los Angeles, CA - SoFi Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)

    3: Phoenix, AZ - State Farm Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
    6: Dallas, TX - Cotton Bowl Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
    8: Houston, TX - NRG Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
    28: Chicago, IL - Soldier Field (Support: H.E.R.)

    1: Washington, DC - FedExField (Support: H.E.R.)
    4: East Rutherford, NJ - Metlife Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
    8: Philadelphia, PA - Lincoln Financial Field (Support: H.E.R.)
    11: Atlanta, GA - Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
    14: Tampa, FL - Raymond James Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)

    2: Frankfurt, DE - Deutsche Bank Park (Support: H.E.R.)
    3: Frankfurt, DE - Deutsche Bank Park (Support: H.E.R.)
    8: Warsaw, PL - PGE Narodowy (Support: H.E.R.)
    10: Berlin, DE - Olympiastadion Berlin (Support: London Grammar)
    12: Berlin, DE - Olympiastadion Berlin (Support: H.E.R.)
    16: Paris, FR - Stade de France (Support: H.E.R.)
    17: Paris, FR - Stade de France (Support: H.E.R.)

    5: Brussels, BE - King Baudouin Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
    6: Brussels, BE - King Baudouin Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
    12: London, UK - Wembley Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
    13: London, UK - Wembley Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)
    16: London, UK - Wembley Stadium (Support: London Grammar)
    23: Glasgow, UK - Hampden Park Stadium (Support: H.E.R.)

    10: Rio De Janeiro, BR - Rock in Rio Festival
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  16. Why does every stadium-popular act have to play fucking Hampden, I'm so tired.
  17. Island

    Island Staff Member

    They should’ve collaborated with Alizee especially after ripping off J’en Ai Marre. Hehe.
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  18. I’ve been listening to the album for the past couple of days and it’s doing very little for me. Easily their weakest for me. It’s about as far away from what they’re capable of as I can imagine. Perhaps it’s a reaction to the flop of the last record, but it just sounds like Maroon 5-esque generic bops with the occasional flourish(and Coloratura of course). It’s even a bit wannabe-Muse at times. Not a bad album per se, but they’re really sounding a little desperate now. So disappointing.
    Last edited: Oct 14, 2021
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  19. Ghost Stories was their last decent album.
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