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    Coldplay Release "Trouble In Town" Music Video

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    Coldplay have today released a powerful video for “Trouble In Town,” taken from their acclaimed number one album, Everyday Life. Inspired by George Orwell’s Animal Farm, the video is set in a dystopian world populated by animals, including politician pigs, street-hustling foxes and an officious snow leopard cop.

     

    The video was directed by Aoife McCardle. You can watch it at youtu.be/aKlwJROuo-Q now.  

     

    All proceeds from the song and the video will be split between two organisations: the Innocence Project, which works to overturn wrongful convictions in the US, and ACFS, a charity for vulnerable children in South Africa, some of whom provided vocals for the original track.

     

     

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