The British band Coldplay have had a record-breaking run of a 10 shows in the Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires. Their impressive performance is now available to view at local cinemas.
The Live Broadcast show will play in 3,500+ cinemas across more than 75 countries from Buenos Aires’ River Plate Stadium, Argentina on the 28 (to North America and Latin America) and 29 (the rest of the world) October. Coldplay stated: ‘this beautifully-filmed feature presentation will be directed by acclaimed BAFTA-winning and Grammy-nominated director Paul Dugdale’.
Their new album is being performed at various shows on the World Tour, beginning on 18 March 2022 in the Costa Rican city of San Jose, and ending in Amsterdam, Netherlands on 19 July 2023. The World Tour is going through the UK and Europe, the USA, and Latin America.
Music of the Spheres was released on 15 October 2021 and recorded between 2019 and 2021. It was produced by Atlantic Records in the US and Parlophone in the UK. Max Martin included some guests on the new upcoming album such as Selena Gomez, Jacob Collier, BTS, and We Are King. The band's ninth album was influenced by new characteristics of pop, pop rock, space music, ambient, and space rock.
The album consists of nine planets and is a fictional solar system called The Spheres. Five of the nine tracks have their titles stylized as emojis: “♡ (Human Heart)”, “⦵ (Music of the Spheres)”, “❍ (Music of the Spheres II)”, “*✧ (Alien Choir)”, and “∞ (Infinity Sign)”.
Additionally, the efforts of the Coldplay related to climate neutrality and sustainable initiatives in the tour show were stated on their official website: ‘So we’ve spent the last two years consulting with environmental experts to make this tour as sustainable as possible, and, just as importantly, to harness the tour’s potential to push things forward. We won’t get everything right, but we’re committed to doing everything we can and sharing what we learn. It’s a work in progress and we’re really grateful for the help we’ve had so far’.
The band’s sustainability initiatives involve topics such as: nature, food, waste, water, merchandise, transparency, fans, co2 emissions, power, travel, and stage show.
The band have partners who provide highly sustainable merchandise made with recycled elements. They also use reusable materials for their ‘led wristbands’, made from 100% compostable materials, in order to generate fewer chemicals emissions on their tours. Furthermore, the fans as part of this tour’s carbon emission could download the app SAP, for low-carbon transport from and to shows, receiving a discount code in return.
Coldplay have ensured the best practices possible to minimize any environmental consequences from the beginning to the end of their tour in 2023.
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