It’s an enormous weekend for Coldplay. Final evening, Feb. 4, the British pop rockers took over Studio 8H as Saturday Night Live‘s music visitor to carry out an oldie and songs from their newest album, Music of the Spheres. Tonight, they’re up for a number of Grammy Awards.
Coldplay isn’t any stranger to the SNL stage, however the newest episode (hosted by Pedro Pascal) marked the band’s first time again to this system since 2019 and so they made it a memorable one.
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The four-piece began with a efficiency of the monitor “The Astronaut,” which they wrote with Jin of BTS as his goodbye tune earlier than becoming a member of the Korean military. For the colourful SNL rendition, Coldplay was joined by a big choir of voices from the Jason Max Ferdinand Singers who had been carrying orbs in addition to aliens providing ASL interpretation.
The second quantity for the evening was a medley of their latest monitor “Human Coronary heart” with “Repair You” (from 2005 album X&Y). The efficiency began a capella with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin joined once more by the choir and collaborator Jacob Collier for the primary half earlier than the complete band joined in for “Repair You.”
For tonight’s Grammy’s ceremony, Coldplay are nominated in three classes together with Album of the Yr and Greatest Pop Vocal Album for his or her newest LP in addition to Greatest Pop Duo/Group Efficiency for his or her collaboration with BTS on the tune “My Universe.”
This 12 months, Coldplay will proceed on their acclaimed Music of the Spheres World Tour, which broke attendance information and nabbed them the title of Favourite Touring Artist on the 2022 American Music Awards. Along with a number of worldwide dates with particular visitors H.E.R. and 070 Shake, Coldplay has plotted a quick run of West Coast reveals beginning in September.
Saturday Evening Reside introduced the present’s subsequent music visitor will likely be Jack White on Feb. 25.
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