Coldplay will release their last studio album by 2025


Coldplay will release their last album by 2025, British band frontman Chris Martin has revealed in an interview.

Speaking to BBC Radio 2 presenter Jo Whiley, Martin said the iconic band will stop recording new music for their official discography after their 12th album.

“Well, I know I can tell you – our last real record will be out in 2025 and after that I think we’ll just be touring,” the singer said. “Maybe we’ll do things collaboratively, but the Coldplay catalog, so to speak, ends then.”

Earlier this year, Martin had already told NME that they only planned to release 12 studio albums.

“It’s a lot to put everything into their making. I love it and it’s amazing, but it’s also really intense,” he told the music publication maven.

He continued, “I feel like because I know the challenge is over, making this music doesn’t feel hard, it’s like that’s what we’re supposed to do.”

As of this writing, the hit quartet has produced nine full albums and is believed to have sold over 100 million copies worldwide.

The group released their debut album “Parachutes” in 2000, which featured the track “Yellow”, one of their most iconic songs to date.

The material was a huge hit around the world and practically ushered in a new era of alternative rock music.

Although the band became ubiquitous on modern rock radio after producing enduring hits such as “Fix You” and “The Scientist”, they weren’t shy about experimenting with their repertoire.

Over the years, the Brits innovated their discography by incorporating nuances from other genres such as EDM, pop and hip hop on later albums, while retaining their knack for producing arena-sized singles, like “Viva la Vida” and “A Sky”. Full of stars.

Earlier this year, Coldplay released their ninth album, titled “Music of the Spheres,” galaxy-themed material loaded with bits of pop bliss.

Among the songs in the collection, which feature new sounds, are “My Universe,” the Korean-English single featuring seven-member group BTS, the fiery “Higher Power,” and the 10-minute space epic “Coloratura.”

Coldplay is set to embark on a world tour beginning in March 2022, with stops in Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico, United States, Germany, Poland, France, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Argentina and their home country of the UK.


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