Coldplay Live 2012 is the band's first concert film/live album for nine years. It documents their acclaimed Mylo Xyloto world tour, which was seen by more than three million people since it began in June 2011. The film was directed by Paul Dugdale, previously responsible for Adele's Live at the Royal Albert Hall and The Prodigy's Worlds On Fire concert films. Coldplay Live 2012 includes footage from Coldplay's shows at Paris's Stade de France, Montreal's Bell Centre and the band's triumphant Pyramid Stage headline performance at Glastonbury 2011.
An in-depth and intimate portrait of Coldplay's spectacular rise from the backrooms of Camden pubs to selling out stadiums across the planet. At the heart of the story is the band's unshakeable brotherhood which has endured through many highs and lows.
Superstar band Coldplay presented songs from its upcoming sixth album, "Ghost Stories," in an hour-long cutting-edge special that is an immersive blend of light, video, dramatic staging and intimate world premiere performance. Titled "Coldplay: Ghost Stories," the special focused on the multi-Grammy Award-winning band's latest album, which will be released worldwide May 19. Directed by "Coldplay Live 2012" helmer Paul Dugdale, this in-the-round special - recorded in front of an 800-person audience in Los Angeles in March - will blend live-performance footage with cinematic film. Atmospheric projection will deliver awe-inspiring 360-degree imagery - around, above and below the band - while being woven into the overall filmed narrative. In addition to the new single "Magic" from Ghost Stories, the set list for the special also include worldwide hits such as "Viva La Vida," "Paradise" and "Clocks." The special was conceived by Coldplay, Paul Normandale and Misty Buckley.
Features Coldplay in a 90 minute live DVD shoot taken from their performances at the Horden Pavilion in Sydney, Australia, in July 21st and 22nd, 2003. Tracks include the hits "Politik", "Yellow", "Trouble", "Clocks" and many more. Also features 2 previously unreleased live tracks: "The One I Love" and "Moses".
Long-term Coldplay collaborator Mat Whitecross directs 'Live In São Paulo' an exhilarating concert film captured at the climax of the band's record-breaking 'A Head Full Of Dreams Tour'
Coldplay, live at the Glastonbury Festival 2011. Setlist: 1. Hurts Like Heaven 2. Yellow 3. In My Place 4. Major Minus 5. Lost! 6. The Scientist 7. Shiver 8. Violet Hill 9. God Put A Smile Upon Your Face (new arrangement) 10. Everything's Not Lost (first time since November 30, 2005) 11. Us Against the World 12. Politik 13. Viva La Vida 14. Charlie Brown 15. Life Is For Living Encore: 16. Clocks 17. Fix You (What A Wonderful World intro with alternate lyrics.) 18. Every Teardrop is a Waterfall
Coldplay showcased several tracks from their new album in an open air concert at the BBC Television Center in London. The gig - broadcasted live on BBC Two - featured new material such as Violet Hill and 42, alongside old favorites including Clocks and In My Place. The band left the main stage briefly to perform an acoustic version of Yellow against the backdrop of the Television Center building. The gig ended with a rousing version of Lovers in Japan that involved showering the crowd with thousands of paper butterflies.
How We Saw The World Pt. 1 is an unreleased live album by English Alternative Rock band Coldplay. The album was originally intended to be released as a DVD in October of 2006, however in late August a message from Coldplay's official website explained that "How We Saw The World Pt. 1" would not be for sale and would instead become aired on international television on 30 August 2006. The set features concerts filmed at Toronto's Air Canada Center on 22 March 2003 and 23 March 2006.
Weeks before the much-anticipated release of their album X&Y, Coldplay took the stage at Brooklyn Academy Of Music for an intimate night of storytelling and live music. Chris Martin, Will Champion, Guy Berryman, and Jon Buckland debuted new tunes ("Square One," "Fix You"), revisited old favorites ("Clocks," "Yellow") and even shared a song they wrote for Johnny Cash ("Till Kingdom Come"). Chris explained that "Yellow" was inspired by the Yellow Pages ("In an alternative universe this song would be called Playboy") and revealed "Speed Of Sound" was an attempt to rip-off Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill." It was a magical night for the introspective Britpop heavyweights.
Coldplay at Cidade do Rock, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on October 01, 2011. Setlist: 01. Mylo Xyloto / 02. Hurts Like Heaven / 03. Yellow / 04. In My Place / 05. Major Minus / 06. Paradise / 07. Lost! / 08. Violet Hill / 09. God Put A Smile / 10. The Scientist / 11. Us Against The World (or Shiver, acoustic) / 12. Politik / 13. Viva la Vida / 14. Charlie Brown / 15. Life Is For Living / 16. Clock / 17. Fix You / 18. Every Teardrop
Coldplay end the weekend at the 2016 Glastonbury festival with a bang, bringing their powerful and emotive pop anthems to Worthy Farm.
Coldplay Pinkpop Festival, Landgraaf The Netherlands Saturday 11 june 2011 This is a Compilation broadcasted by the Dutch Television Network Coldplay played there old and New songs at stage 01. Yellow 02. Major Minus 03. Lost! 04. Trouble 05. Cemeteries of London 06. God Put A Smile Upon Your Face 07. Violet Hill 08. The Scientist 09. Viva La Vida 10. Charlie Brown 11. Life Is For Living Encore: 12. Clocks 13. Fix You 14. Every Teardrop is a Waterfall Concert
It's only right that Coldplay, biggest band in the world right now, should headline the Pyramid Stage on Saturday night. The release of new album 'X&Y' is set to confirm their status as global megastars. Emily Eavis is a huge fan of the band; they played at the 2002 Make Trade Fair gig in London which she organised. Coldplay began back in 1998 when the band met at University College, London. Their first album 'Parachutes' was a huge success and was nominated for the 2000 Mercury Prize, but they were pipped at the post by Badly Drawn Boy. Their Friday night headline appearance at Glastonbury 2002 was hailed as the highlight of the festival.
Coldplay's career trajectory to date could barely have been more perfect. And while, for a manufactured act or the latest pop idol, such a feat may be the result of a marketing mastermind who will move onto the next pretty young thing once the initial hoo-ha of his current project has subsided, Coldplay's success has been built on a wholly different kind of genius - one otherwise known as pure, unadulterated talent. This DVD celebrates this extraordinary group's first decade in the music business, a period after which they remain right at the top of their game and with a future looking as bright as the sun and as assured as death and taxes for all.
Coldplay, September 21st 2011. Live In The Lot. MuchMusic Building Toronto, Canada Broadcasted on FUSE HD 29 Sep 2011
MTV World Stage is your chance to see the biggest artists on the globe live without leaving the comfort of your sofa. Don't miss Coldplay live in Tokyo from the Saitama Super Arena in the first episode!
BBC - Coldplay In Concert