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Coldplay announce they will stop “making music” in 2025

The news has generated as many laments as jokes in the networks: Coldplay will stop making music in four years. This was assured by its singer Chris Martin in an interview with BBC Radio 2. «Well, I know I can tell you: our last album properly so called will come out in 2025 and after that I think only we will do tours. We will do some collaborative things, but the Coldplay catalog will, so to speak, end by then. ”

The British band released their ninth and final studio album, ' Music of the Spheres ' in October, which has been coldly received by critics. That same month, Martin told NME magazine that the band intended to complete a discography of twelve albums, so they would have to record three more albums by 2025 to fulfill their promise.

Last October, the band announced that the 'Music of the Spheres' tour would be 'green' due to its commitment against global warming, implementing a sustainable model that will reduce the CO2 emissions generated by 50 percent. for their concerts . “Playing live and connecting with people is ultimately the reason we exist as a band. We have been planning this tour for years and we are very excited to play songs from all of our time together. At the same time, we are well aware that the planet is facing a climate crisis. That's why we've spent the last two years consulting with environmental experts to make this tour as sustainable as possible, and more importantly, harnessing the tour's potential to jump-start things. We won't do everything right, but we are committed to doing our best and sharing what we learn. It is a work in progress and we are really grateful for the help we have received so far, ”said the British formation. The tour will begin on March 18 in San José (Costa Rica) and will end in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) on September 10, after passing through the Dominican Republic, the United States, Mexico, Germany, Poland, France, Scotland and England. So far there are no dates announced in our country.

The group has had to cancel two performances recently (at London's Capital Jingle Bell Ball on December 11, and at The Voice of Germany on December 13) after several members of their touring team tested positive for COVID.

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