Coldplay have reportedly invested in a massive recording studio place in London.
The four-piece are planning on using the property in Hampstead, north-west London as their permanent head-quarters. The move seemingly ends recent speculation that Coldplay’s future is uncertain. Today’s Sun claims the band have now entered a legal contract making them joint owners of the building which contains recording studios and offices.
Earlier this year, drummer Will Champion said the band were planning on the make the move. He said: "We’re trying to find somewhere we can set up and work from. In all these years working together we haven’t had a HQ, our own studio or anything like that. We want somewhere that we can hole up and see what happens."
Coldplay’s last album ‘X & Y’ was recorded at various locations around the globe.
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