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03 July 2024

Watch The Video For Coldplay’s New Single ‘Feelslikeimfallinginlove’

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Coldplay have shared the official music video for their new single feelslikeimfallinginlove following their well-received headlining set at Glastonbury 2024.

The band released the track early last week (21 June) which marked the first teaser of new music from the band since they announced details of their latest studio album Moon Music.

Pre-order Coldplay’s Moon Music here.


Directed by Ben Mor – who previously directed the band’s Beyoncé collaboration Hymn For The Weekend – the black and white music video stars actress, writer and storyteller, Natasha Ofili (The Politician) performing her own American Sign Language interpretation of the song.

The video also features the Deaf members of the Venezuelan Sign Language (LSV) section from El Sistema Venezuela’s Coro de Manos Blancas (White Hands Choir) a world-renowned performing arts ensemble from Barquisimeto, supported in collaboration with the Dudamel Foundation. You can watch the feeslikeimfallinginlove video below.

Towards the end, Coldplay are seen performing the song at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens, Greece in front of an audience who were invited via the band’s social media.

Coldplay’s 10th studio album, Moon Music is set for release on 4 October. Each vinyl copy of the album – produced my Max Martin – will be made out of nine recycled PET-plastic bottles that have been recovered from waste, which will prevent the manufacture of more than 25 metric tonnes of virgin plastic, and provide an 85% reduction in CO2 emissions compared to traditional 140g vinyl.

Likewise, CD editions of the record will be the first in the world to be released on ‘EcoCD’, created from 90% recycled polycarbonate, sourced from post-consumer waste streams.

There will also be a limited ‘Notebook Edition’ of the record, which comes as a casebound hardback book, a replica of frontman Chris Martin’s original studio notebook. It will contain 28 pages of notes, lyrics and illustrations from the album’s creative process.

Back in January 2023, frontman Chris Martin told the Toronto City News that the band was nearing completion of what he then promised was the second LP in the Music of the Spheres series. He remarked “that won’t come out for a bit,” though he teased that the band “might” start rolling out some of the new songs live that year.

Pre-order Coldplay’s Moon Music here.


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