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Coldplay have released new single ‘All I Can Think About Is You’ from their forthcoming Kaleidoscope ep, to be released June 30th.
You can download All I Can Think About Is You – and pre-order the Kaleidoscope EP (out July 14) – from iTunes now! A https://t.co/Lb2dtGSfjO
— Coldplay (@coldplay) June 16, 2017
The song is the opening track to the new record and was posted on youtube accompanied by an official lyric video. Kaleidoscope is only small with five songs, including ‘Hypnotised’ and ‘Something Just Like This’, their collaboration with The Chainsmokers, which was debuted at The Brit Awards earlier on in the year.
Coldplay were recently involved in the One Love Manchester Benefit Concert, held by Ariana Grande at the Old Trafford cricket ground in Manchester to raise money for those involved in the terrorist attack last month. The band sang a cover of Oasis’s ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ with Ariana Grande, and also their own ‘Fix You’ before joining forces with Liam Gallagher and performing an emotional tribute of another Oasis hit, ‘Live Forever’.
Discussing Coldplay on a Dutch radio station after a performance at Pinkpop festival, Gallagher confirmed that his former opinion of the band was not one he stood by any longer. “They’ve never sounded so good have they, Coldplay? I was like, ‘Fucking hell, you sound good man. I take back everything I’ve ever said about you. You sound fucking really good.’”
Speaking to NME in 2006, Gallagher made his thoughts in Coldplay and frontman Chris Martin in particular clear by stating “Chris Martin looks like a geography teacher. What’s all that with writing messages about Free Trade? If he wants to write things down I’ll give him a pen and a pad of paper. Bunch of students.”
It’s good to see that Liam’s opinion has changed of the iconic band.
Meanwhile, Coldplay have recently had an app created for them by Brian Eno for their song ‘Hypnotised’. The app is designed to detect when ‘Hypnotised’ is playing and it will create its own melody based on the song. The user can also tap the screen and create their own melodies too.
— Coldplay (@coldplay) June 14, 2017