Coldplay’s Chris Martin says the band will stop making music after 3 albums

According to Chris Martin, Coldplay will stop making music after 3 albums Photo Credit: Twitter/ @coldplay

According to Chris Martin, Coldplay will stop making music after 3 albums Photo Credit: Twitter/ @coldplay

Chris Martin of Coldplay has announced that the band wants to stop making music after twelve albums have been published.

The lead singer, 44, revealed prior to the release of the band’s ninth album, Music of the Spheres, that the band would make only three more recordings before leaving the studio for good.

According to daily mail, he told Andy Busch of Absolute Radio, “I think in some album time we’ll end up making albums. It’s no joke, it’s true, I think after 12, it will be the end of our list.” “

He insisted, however, that the Paradise Hitmakers would not hang up their mics forever, as he wanted the band – which included Guy Berryman, 43, Will Champion, 43, and Jonny Buckland, 44 – to keep their live performances well. From the 70s to.

‘But I think we’ll always want to be together. So, I think like this [Rolling] The Stones do, it would be great if we could still tour in our late 70s,’ he said, adding, ‘It would be great if someone wanted to come.’

Chris also said that collaborating with K-pop phenomenon BTS on the new tune My Universe was a ‘real pleasure’, adding, “It’s been a real pleasure to do that song with them from start to finish. It’s a real pleasure.” It was such a strange idea, and it was kind of so wrong on paper, but it allowed us to bring out their inner boyband and let them bring out their inner old man band and collaborate on a middle-aged band. Gave.”

The news comes after rumors that the Grammy winners had teamed up with Selena Gomez for a new song to appeal to a younger audience. An upcoming track titled Let Somebody Go is expected to be released soon and will reportedly be on the new album.

a source told Sun“Chris has always been a huge fan of Selena and it’s like a dream come true that she is finally singing on a Coldplay record.”

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