• > Home
  • > News
  • > Coldplay to Begin Work on Sixth Album
  • Coldplay to Begin Work on Sixth Album

    Wed, 05 Dec 2012 13:34:49

    Coldplay to Begin Work on Sixth Album - Hiatus? What hiatus?

    Coldplay Photos

    • Coldplay - LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 01: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Chris Martin and Guy Berryman of Coldplay perform live on stage at the Royal Albert Hall on July 1, 2014 in London, England.
    • Coldplay - LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 01: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Chris Martin of Coldplay performs live on stage at the Royal Albert Hall on July 1, 2014 in London, England.
    • Coldplay - LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 01: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Will Champion, Jonny Buckland, Chris Martin and Guy Berryman of Coldplay perform live on stage at the Royal Albert Hall on July 1, 2014 in London, England.

    more coldplay photos »

    Coldplay Videos

    • Coldplay - True Love
    • Coldplay - THE MUSIC FROM THE MOTION PICTURE: WISH I WAS HERE

    more coldplay videos »

    Coldplay singer Chris Martin has clarified remarks that lead fans and music industry types to believe that his band was going on a three-year hiatus. He was talking about taking time off from touring. That said, the band will begin work on its sixth album ASAP.

    Martin told The Daily Star that "I've been writing songs and I'm so fired up about the band's future."

    He doesn't want to take a break because he loves his job. He said, "I'm fortunate to do what I do and no way do I want to stop. This three-year break idea only came about because I said at a gig in Australia that we might not be back there for three years. That's probably true, but that's just how a world tour works. No chance are we taking a three-year break."

    So they may take an extended break from touring, but not from making music. Good to know, Chris!

    What is your favorite Coldplay song?

    —Maggie Pannacione
    12.05.12



    "Like" ARTISTdirect on facebook to get more news and info on Coldplay

    Tags: Coldplay, Chris Martin

    Featured News

    Featured Links