Chris Martin Confirms Coldplay Will Only Release Three More Albums

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Coldplay lead vocalist Chris Martin opened up about the band’s plans for their future projects in his latest appearance on The Ellen Show. Martin also  confirmed that Coldplay won’t be releasing more than three albums before their retirement in 2025.

Coldplay released their ninth studio album entitled ‘Music of the Spheres’ on October 15, 2021, which received very positive reviews from music critics and their fans. Then, the band announced their upcoming Music of the Spheres World Tour as a part of supporting their new album. Coldplay’s environmentally friendly tour will begin on March 18, 2022, in San José and end on October 29, 2022, in Buenos Aires. Also, their fans, who were thrilled by the news, got shocked by a recent claim.

The rumors claiming that Coldplay will stop recording and releasing albums after 2025 began when BBC Radio 2 presenter Jo Whiley unveiled her conversation with Martin. This statement took place in the various headlines and became very popular among Coldplay fans even though she didn’t forget to add that it could be a joke. However, it turned out that it was a huge revelation from the band’s frontman.

During his appearance, Chris Martin stated that they planned to release only three more albums, which also one of them can be musical, and they will stop in 2025 but highlighting that they won’t disband or pursue solo careers. Coldplay singer gave the good news and said they will continue touring and other projects but according to the band members, it’s the right time to stop after working on albums for more than 2o years.

Ellen DeGeneres’ question read:

“I have to ask you this because supposedly this main headline I didn’t hear about. However, I heard this morning that you said Coldplay will only make three more albums by 2025 and one of them was gonna be a musical. That’s it?”

In Martin’s words, he said:

“Yeah. I think that’s what feels right to us. I think we’ll keep touring and moving and always be together as a group of musicians. Just the story of our albums ends then. Like ‘Harry Potter’ finishes at a certain point.”

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