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Krizer

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  1. Yeah there's a show tonight in London, apparently it will be filmed as well. Where did you hear from the gig on Wednesday though? Haven't heard anything about that one.
  2. I'm sorry if this has been asked before, but Chris said that they'll play "about seven little performances" during this album cycle/"tour" (source at 16:20) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubVO1C8-xrc:980 Any ideas of what shows count or if there are rumours about new shows coming up? Do you guys think the shows at SNL (November 2nd), Graham Norton show (December 13th) count? Or if the broadcasts on November 22nd coun as one, two or at all? Jordan's show on November 23rd and Today's show in London for sure must count. Still having my hopes up for a possibility of seeing them on this tour.
  3. Hope that everyone who were lucky enough to get in has fun. One of the most unique venues they've played for sure. Any people from here attending? Is it true that someone from here got a ticket today? :eek: Anyways will be interesting to see if they'll change up the setlist. Life In Technicolor or LIT(ii) would be kinda fitting right, as it Life In Technicolor was on Night at the Museum 2. Cemeteries of London would fit as well. I think Politik and Death and All His Friends would be so fitting for this era too, I really hope they'd play those but probably not.
  4. Sparks!!! [MEDIA=twitter]1198342530066190336[/MEDIA] View: https://twitter.com/coldplaymedios/status/1198342530066190336?s=21
  5. Easily my favourite song of the three. Very beautiful, might be in my top 5 favourite Coldplay songs. Sounds pretty timeless to me, the lyrics pretty emotional and touching imo, especially "Am I the future or the history" and "Everyone tells each other all kinds of lies" fit so well. A solid album closer, I think this works well even without a massive buildup. After Ghost Stories we haven't really gotten one of these more mellow/gloomy type songs, and I've really missed hearing this type of Coldplay. I tend to enjoy sadder Coldplay songs more than the upbeat stuff, so I'm very proud and happy that they made this kind of song again.
  6. Well, wasn't expecting them to sound like that. Well, I feel like I say that every time Coldplay puts out something new. A little weird that they are two short albums, seems more like a marketing strategy unless the two albums turn out to be sonically very different. Orphans: Quite tribal-like feeling to the drum beat and the glass-type sounding loops bring me a HFTW vibe, the overall sound brings me an African vibe. Guys bassline sounds so sweet. And I loooooove the chorus, it's very catchy and the vocal stacks sound amazing. Very solid performance from Chris, but man Will's backing vocals really really shine here. I feel like Will's drumming could have been utilised a lot more though. Not sure how I feel about those "Boom boom ka" and "woo woo" etc. parts, they definitely wrote them with live performances in their mind. The guitar on the bridge is very beautiful. This is going to be a pretty solid live song I feel like. Arabesque: My first reaction: This is so WEIRD, but this sounds SO COOL? But now, Sounds very experimental, brings me huge Viva vibes and feelings. The guitar riff is awesome. Again, Will's backing vocals shine on this one too, especially when Will sings during the French parts "You could be me ... I could be you". The huge wall of sounds that builds up near the end sounds massive. Oh, and wasn't expecting to hear Chris swear, but it kinda fits to be honest. That part could make an amazing sing-a-long section I think lol. Now the bridge section, during the horn (??) solos (correct me if I'm wrong), I really hope this gets played live. Imagine Jonny playing the section as a guitar solo, how epic would that be! I feel the same way about this one as about Orphans, drums could have been more. Music is the weapon, music is the weapon of the future fits so well too. Conclusions: Both are very solid songs and sound very fresh, very happy to see them try out new stuff. I enjoy Arabesque more so far, it's so weird and different that I love it. Quite surprised to see as well that Orphans is on the Sunset side. Makes sense from the song name's stand point, but sonically I think it would probably fit Sunset better judging by these two. I was really hoping to Will go crazy in the drumming section, but Will's backing vocals really blew me away, so that definitely compensates the drum sections. Really looking forward to hearing the rest of the stuff. So happy to see the boys coming back, the promo pictures are pure gold! :blush:
  7. I don't know if somebody has already brought this up, but how funny would it be if this old jokelike song "I Am Your Baby's Daddy" they made would turn out to be "Daddy" :joy:
  8. Sunrise and Sunset are pretty great for the names of the albums, but Everyday Life sounds, well a little bit mundane to me. I think many of the song titles in the Amazon's listing sound a little weak and simple. Sunrise, Trouble in Town, When I need a Friend, Old Friends and Orphans are pretty fitting for Coldplay, but the rest sound a bit meh imo. Any idea what could be track #6 for the second disk? Sunset would make sense at least to be included as a song title. Any guesses how they are going to tour the albums? A large tour production like AHFOD and MX, or smaller venues and more intimate like Ghost Stories? I think small venues are unlikely, but I really hope they would. Or maybe a combination of both, a small promo tour and then a large tour, or a small tour for one of the albums and a bigger for the other? And btw, I think it's great attention to detail that the first song in the first album is called Sunrise, and the last line in Kaleidoscope EP was "Now it's sunrise".
  9. It will be interesting to see how they will tour the albums and what what will be the overall theme and vibe of the albums. If it would be something like Ghost Stories tour, in smaller venues, I could see them them dropping many "hits" in favour of performing a lot of stuff from the albums and a couple more rare songs here and there. But considering how big Coldplay has gotten, I'm thinking it will be huge venues again and older bigger hits will take a big chunk of the setlist. Usually when bands start having a lot of material and a harder time choosing songs, many bands try out song medleys and shortening some of the more usual songs so that is possible as well. Or who knows, maybe they would do a small promo tour in more intimate venues with more varied sets, and then huge shows for the actual world tour. Part of me is hopping one of the albums is going to be darker with a small tour in small venues, and then the other album will be more happier and will be toured in the usual bigger scale. As far as the stable songs, here are my guesses: -Yellow -The Scientist -Fix You -Viva la Vida -Paradise -ETIAW -ASFOS -AOAL -HFTW -SJLT -Hypnotised (I really hope it does at least, didn't Chris even say they wanted to spare Hypnotised for the next tour, when Chris performed it solo in Stade de France?) Songs that still could be stables or rotate with some of the songs above: -Clocks -Charlie Brown -Magic -Everglow -Up&Up Songs that I could see appearing, but not being played as often. I'm getting a more VLV album vibe from the leaks so: -Death and All His Friends -Lovers in Japan -Life in Technicolor ii -Politik -Til Kingdom Come -GPASUYF
  10. I was thinking if this would be Coldplay's sideproject where they would release unreleased/old tracks. Los Unidades was still signed, so I don't think it's just an album under Coldplay’s name. Imagine guys if they would do an Unsold Ideas tour under Los Unidades, where they would do only small venues, and play rare, old, unreleased songs and b-sides?? Well, maybe that's getting my hopes up too high. Nevertheless, this whole thing came out of nowhere, and time goes so slowly.
  11. EDIT. Saw not until now that this was posted on the LP8 thread already, but I'm gonna leave it here anyways Just stumbled upon this. I now they are supposed to be in hiatus until 2021 as far as touring was concerned, so no idea if this is legit or not, but this tweet w/ video claims that Coldplay would be performing in 2019. [MEDIA=twitter]1063811076305883137[/MEDIA] Mobile Link: https://twitter.com/ali_donizete/status/1063811076305883137?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw
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