To take a phrase from Coldplay's latest album Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends, they didn't get to heaven but they made it close last night at Toronto's Air Canada Centre.
The British quartet, perhaps the heirs to U2's "greatest rock band in the world" moniker, wowed the sold-out crowd during the first of a two-night stand at the venue as part of their current North American tour.
Whether it was the giant balls suspended from above that showed up-close images of the group, confetti or the fact that the quartet of singer Chris Martin, drummer Will Champion, guitarist Jonny Buckland or bassist Guy Berryman seemed to nail one song after another during the course of roughly 100 minutes, it was definitely a spectacle.
Read the full article here and pictures from this show here [thanks jenjie]
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