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Coldplay Orphans Official Video Just Premiered & It's Different

Coldplay Orphans Official Video Just Premiered & It’s Different

Coldplay Orphans | Syrian Cold War Of 2018

In an interview with BBC Radio, Chris Martin confirmed that their career growth and world performances had led them to the current album. They just want to speak their minds from now on. And after all these years, Coldplay is not worrying about their career anymore. They want to express their thoughts freely.

Some of it’s very personal, about real things in my life, and some of it’s about things that I see or we see, and some of it’s about trying to empathise about what other people are going through.
Coldplay Orphans is about the cold Syrian war that happened in 2018. It particularly focuses on the story of Rosaleen, a Syrian girl, and her father. The song highlights their death as well as what Rosaleen is thinking after death.
I want to know when I can go
Back and get drunk with my friends
I want to know when I can go
Back and be young again
The ending of the Coldplay Orphans official video promotes Hopeland, a foundation helping children to grow in a safe environment.

Chris Martin Speaks His Mind On The Syrian War

Chris Martin, the frontman of Coldplay, expressed his thoughts on the Syrian War.

It seems to me that one of things that might help people have a better time is to put themselves in other people’s shoes, whether that’s these kids who have to leave Syria, or who grew up in Baltimore, or whatever it might be. Rather than judging from afar, maybe to think ‘I wonder what it’s like to be there.’

Coldplay Orphans Official Video & Everyday Life Album

Coldplay has confirmed that the day-to-day life events and world politics shaped their latest album Everyday Life. Chris Martin shared his thoughts and inspiration behind the latest album.

Every day is great and every day is terrible…It just feels kind of free. There’s so much life bursting out on the planet.

there is a lot of trouble, but there’s also so much positivity and so much great life happening. So in a way, it’s just trying to make sense of things, saying what we feel and what we see.
The album releases in two parts: Sunrise & Sunset.