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    Cinema Blend: Man-crush On Coldplay Is Complete Following Sewing News

    coldplaynme.jpgColdplay sews for fun, and 'are worse than they were yesterday', reports CinemaBlend, in an article posted earlier today.

     

    If it’s possible, Coldplay got even dreamier, more artsy and more pseudo-bohemian than ever, when AOL News reported Wednesday that the band enjoys spending their free time sewing and modifying their clothes. My man-crush on them is now complete.

     

    “Making clothes together in our studio makes us feel complete,” Chris Martin said, philosophically stroking his stubbled chin and batting his long eyelashes. “We probably sound like a group of grannies in a knitting circle, but it's the truth, and it gives us some control over our visual identity.” He continued, “When you are a big band and everyone is taking shots at you [pause for emphasis], the more things you can do together the better. And if you're wearing uniforms made by your own hands it helps achieve that.” Bring on the high-school girls.

    It seems they've noticed one of the more "romanticizable" aspects of band life, and made it a hobby. It is true that bands on tour rarely get the time to relax and do anything other than drive, promote and be the target of snide media whippersnappers, and it may be true that some bands, rather than waste time and money on hunting down new clothes, may sit and repair/modify their old ones, but I’m taking the standpoint that Coldplay is not allowed to do this, because they’re already too post-modern pretty, and they’re going to turn into gurgling, honey-soaked Care Bears if this continues.

     

    Coldplay is currently touring in support of Viva La Vida, and would like it very, very much if you came out to see them.

     

    Source: cinemablend.com




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