Coldplay have recently fallen off a line of North American shows on their ‘Music of The Spheres’ reality visit
Coldplay’s Chris Martin was shot assuming control over a family bar’s piano to play a version of ‘A Sky Full of Stars’.
Martin was recorded playing the 2014 hit at family bar The Stag Inn in Hinton Charterhouse, Bath, after a cordial visit for certain supporters who appeared to be arranging a wedding. While partaking in a 16 ounces at the bar, Martin seemed to have taken supporters’ solicitation to play the tune, grinning as he sent off into its initial notes.
“No one can tell who could pop in for a 16 ounces! What an exquisite man he is,” the proprietors of the bar wrote in their post on June 26.
Coldplay have quite recently fallen off a line of North American shows on their ‘Music of The Spheres’ reality visit, and are set to continue their movements in Frankfurt, Germany this July 2. The North American leg of the visit saw Bruce Springsteen, Kylie Minogue, Lupe Fiasco and Kelly Rowland joining Coldplay in front of an audience at different stops.
The visit will set out on its European dates all the way through of August, before a run of South American shows from September to October, some of which will incorporate performers Camila Cabello and H.E.R.
Coldplay’s Music of the Spheres world visit comes on the side of their latest collection of a similar name. The record, delivered in October last year, highlights visitor appearances from Selena Gomez and BTS, among others