Coldplay say they will only make three more albums

Over the past 21 years, Coldplay have managed to maintain themselves as one of the UK’s most representative pop rock groups, not only due to the huge sales numbers around the world, but also the quality of their songs, which is true to the world. Anthems have become marked by the lives of fans of all ages.

And while Chris Martin and his company have the potential to continue down this path for decades to come, it looks like he already has plans for his retirement, with only three studio albums left before his departure.

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It would be through a recent conversation with NME in which Chris Martin outlined his plans for retirement with his collaborators after making his twelfth studio album: “We’re going to do twelve albums. Because putting everything in the making of it.” There’s so much to it. I love it and it’s amazing, but it’s also very intense.”

Martin thinks the challenge is over and doesn’t find it difficult to make the band’s type of music, but provides a feeling that tells him what he and others should do. When asked if everything would stop after these three albums, the musician replied: “I don’t think we will. I know what we’re going to do in terms of studio albums.”

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During the same interview, members of Coldplay claimed that they were ready to work on a theme for a James Bond film. Martin says they’ve been trying to write one for 20 years, but never sent it to the franchise’s producers. “We have Bond themes for five movies, but to be honest, they’re not really good.”

Chris Martin thinks Coldplay may not be on the same wavelength as James Bond. “As much as I love movies, I don’t know that justice will be done to them if we sing,” he remarked. This Friday, October 15, the band officially released “Music of the Spheres”, their expected ninth studio album.

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