Coldplay, the world's biggest selling band, are winding down the European leg of their world tour but are continuing to wow their devoted legions of fans.
Coldplay play their last London gig at Earl's Court tonight before travelling to Newcastle, Manchester and then Belfast for the finale in five days time. They then have a well-earned month off, having been on the road for six weeks, before restarting in the US in Seattle on January 25th.
But fans of the group will be hoping the foursome return with renewed energy and vitality after their performance to a sold-out Earl's Court last night was given a mixed reception. Square One, Politik, Yellow and Speed of Sound, their first four numbers last night, were brilliantly performed and got the show off to a dazzling start.
However, many in the west London venue seemed unimpressed as the group appeared to tire badly and only The Scientist was performed with real intention during an eight-song stretch which lacked the same level of intensity. Clocks and Talk eventually hauled the crowd back on its feet for the show's conclusion but the globally famous foursome would be among the first to admit that their performance lacked the passion and atmosphere of previous gigs.
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