Last night in London, Coldplay fans were treated to a performance of tracks from the band’s brand new album Music of the Spheres, as well as some of their beloved hits, while pop superstar Ed Sheeran joined them on stage for a number of songs.
It all went down on Tuesday night, October 12, at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire to celebrate the imminent release of Coldplay’s ninth studio album arriving on October 15 and they even got to perform a few of each other's hits together on stage.
At one point in the evening, Ed popped out on stage to help Coldplay sing their 2005 hit "Fix You," while Chris Martin his pals returned the favor by strumming along to Sheeran's 2017 single "Shape of You."
It was all a part of Coldplay’s new album push, which also saw the band team up with Amazon Music for an immersive two-day event which began last Friday, called ‘The Atmospheres,’ featuring custom-built installations where fans were magically whisked away to a distand solar system of Coldplay’s making, called ‘The Spheres,’ held at four venues in London, New York, Berlin and Tokyo.
Audacy is celebrating the release of Coldplay’s forthcoming album, Music of the Spheres, which arrives on October 15 by airing a special Coldplay Album Release Concert recorded at City Winery in New York City, delivered by GrubHub.