- Sep 9, 2015
I think they don't have a video because they were released for an specific country or for the Record Store Day. Except for Midnight which, I guess, was uploaded to prepare fans for a new era.I don't think so. Look at this list: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coldplay_discography#Singles
Only the major ones had, not the more obscure singles.
Interesting. I love Up&Up, but it's probably the last choice I had for a single (next to XMTS). I doubt they're doing it for the attention though, considering the song is essentially what the album is all about.up&up is the next single!
Coldplay’s “Up&Up” Added To The KROQ Playlist
February 17, 2016 2:03 PM
Filed Under: Coldplay, Most Played
(Photo by Cody Black / KROQ.com)
Coldplay has proven to be one of the most successful acts of the new millennium, selling millions of records and earning seven GRAMMYs. Last year they released A Head Full of Dreams, their seventh studio album. “Up&UP” is the latest single from the album.
Yeah you're right ! [emoji3]I can't stop thinking of how awesome the music video to this song could be. Imagine the Choir singing this with the band while walking down a huge, colourful street. Or an actual short film with a strong story and a powerful message at the end...
How? These were both singles released worldwide. I own both of them on vinyl.
For me, Talk is a great single and I have often heard it on radio even years after releaseI guess I phrased that clumsily. They're not on the level of Yellow/Scientist/Fix You/VLV is what I really meant, in terms of appearing in live setlists, radio play (to SOME extent), being remembered as "the great Coldplay singles".