Coldplay delighted fans when the legendary group released their ninth studio album Music of the Spheres on Friday.
Coldplay delights fans with Music of the Spheres
If one thing is for certain, Chris Martin and his bandmates will always deliver on a soul-rejuvenating body of work. The album’s lead single Higher Power, which was first aired on the International Space Station by French astronaut Thomas Pesquet, is an instant worldwide hit.
This ingenious marketing gimmick, matched with the incredible sonic delivery of the song, is the reason why Coldplay became the first British band to debut at number one on the US Hot 100 with their BTS collaboration My Universe.
Already, the single has garnered more than 100 million views on YouTube.
Another fan favourite which is sure to rack up the numbers on streams is the second single the group released alongside the studio album. Let Somebody Go features vocals from Selena Gomez and at the time this article was published, the song was well on course to break the million-view mark on YouTube.
How to download Coldplay new album
Coldplay’s ninth studio album is available on every digital streaming platform. You can also tune into the entire project below:
Fans react to Music of the Spheres
Suffice it to say, Coldplay have managed to deliver on another flawless body of work. Here’s how fans have reacted to the album thus far:
how do you review Music Of The Spheres and not mention Coloratura which is literally 25% of the album? pic.twitter.com/4400Td7nvV— mx&cky ✨ (@coldplay_HQ) October 14, 2021
Will Champion: “’Everyday Life’ was about making the big questions personal. And this one [Music Of The Spheres] is about making the personal things into the big questions.”— ColdplayXtra (@coldplayxtra) October 12, 2021
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pov : you're listening to music of the spheres by coldplay pic.twitter.com/gZP04ARZFd— Percy 🐳🐙 (@humanheart___) October 14, 2021
Before anything else, for those who still haven't heard the album, there's going to be spoilers ahead so if you don't want to know anything about the songs beforehand, leave the thread now, thank you #MusicOfTheSpheres— P 〄 👽📻 (@Milsetze1016) October 14, 2021