The world-renowned brit-pop band Coldplay will stop recording its album from 2025.
According to BBC and other media, Chris Martin made the announcement on a program hosted by Jo Whiley on Radio 2 in the UK on the 22nd. He said, “Our last album will be released in 2025, and we will only be touring afterwards.” He added that the members may do some collaborative stuff together but the Coldplay album would finish then.
Martin’s announcement aligns with what he said around the release of Coldplay’s ninth studio album, Music of The Spheres. He also told NME, the British music magazine, in October that he intended to make three more albums and complete the Coldplay catalogue of 12 albums.
Martin also commented on the radio, “Like Rolling Stones did, it would be so cool if we could tour until our late 70s”.
Chris Martin announces the final record of Coldplay will come out in 2025
Coldplay is planning an eco-friendly world tour for next year. In a recent interview with BBC, Martin said that they will utilize pedal power produced by the fans’ movements on the dance floor to supply sustainable electricity for the next tour. “Every time fans move, they power the concert. We also have bicycles that function in the same way.”, he said.
Coldplay is a four-member superband formed in London in 1998. Other than the frontman Chris Martin, it consists of Johny Buckland (others), Guy Berryman (bass), and Will Champion (drum). Coldplay has been nominated more than 200 times at major global music awards, including the Grammy and the Brit Awards.