Chris Martin and co were so impressed with the K-pop boy band’s rendition of their 2005 classic they performed during their ‘MTV Unplugged’ set this week that they tweeted to tell them that it is “beautiful” in their mother tongue.
The “yellow” group wrote: “아름다운”, which translates as “beautiful”, and added: “Dear c, g, w & j”, the initials of every Coldplay band member.
Jimin – which includes RM, Jin, SUGA, J-Hope, V and Jungkook in the South Korean band – had stated that they decided to play ‘Fix You’ in English because the song offered them some “comfort” the COVID-19 pandemic.
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He shared, “This song gave us comfort, so we wanted to prepare this cover to comfort you too.”
BTS also played ‘Telepathy’ – the fifth track on ‘BE’ – live in an arcade room for the first time, playing the mega hits ‘Dynamite’, ‘Blue & Gray’ and ‘Life Goes On’.
GTS Seal of Approval Coldplay comes after claims the British band are preparing to release a new album.
Earlier this month, Grammy winners – including Jon Buckland, Guy Berryman and Will Champion – gave the biggest clue that their next LP is imminent and that it will be called “Music Of The Spheres” after they used the term “The Sun” officially registered as a trademark had reported Bizarre column.
A source said, “Chris and the rest of us have been dropping clues for a while but we’re finally getting started. They were busy working on new music during the lockdown and it all will culminate in the record, which has the working title “Music Of The Spheres”. Chris and the group have now officially registered the name as a trademark for an album. It also includes goods and everything you would need for a tour. It’s a really exciting time for everyone. There is no doubt that this project will come straight to the top as well. “