Coldplay’s frontman Chris Martin confirmed that the band may be performing new songs from their next album at their upcoming shows. The forthcoming record is the follow-up to 2021’s Music of the Spheres that includes the worldwide hits “Let Somebody Go,” “Higher Power,” and “My Universe.”
In a recent interview with Toronto’s CityNews, Chris Martin said: “We’re finishing an album called Moon Music, which is the second Music Of The Spheres volume, but that won’t come out for a little bit.” When asked about collaborations, the English singer-songwriter refused to reveal any names.
Music of the Spheres had guest appearances from Selena Gomez, We Are King and Jacob Collier, and BTS. Martin joked: “This is the trouble… we’ve had some amazing guests on albums and tours recently. But it’s always slightly deflating because you realize, ‘Oh, this person is so much more talented.’”
The band kicked off the Music of the Spheres World Tour on March 18, 2022 in Costa Rica. Coldplay recently added new North American dates, and announced they will be having shows at Seattle’s Lumen Field on September 20, 2023 and at California’s Rose Bowl on October 1, 2023. The Pop Rock group will also be the musical guests of this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live with first-time host Pedro Pascal.
See snippets of Coldplay’s interview with CityNews below: