The show will also mark the grand opening of the Climate Pledge Arena in the heart of Seattle on October 22.
In early November, a live EP of the band will be released and available to stream exclusively on Amazon Music, as well as a full-length edition of the
concert on Prime Video
Today, Amazon Music and Coldplay announce that fans around the world will be able to tune in to an exclusive performance of the band’s latest album, Music Of The Spheres, live from Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena conducted by Paul Dugdale.
Amazon Music will make it possible for fans to watch the show live, at home or on their mobile devices, starting at 9:00 p.m. in Mexico City on Friday, October 22 and repeating the performance at 12:00 p.m. Saturday October 23rd.
The performance will be the band’s first concert in nearly five years, and the first chance for fans to hear their new music in person, just a week after the album’s release. Viewers around the world will have the opportunity to tune in live to Amazon Music and experience the concert in real time through the Amazon Music app, the Amazon Music Twitch channel, and on Prime Video for all customers with or without. Prime membership.
The show will also mark the grand opening of the Climate Pledge Arena in the heart of Seattle.
Coldplay has commented on the activity that “It’s great that fans around the world can tune in to Amazon Music and see our first show after the release of Music Of The Spheres.” It’s going to be a special night! ”
For those unable to tune in live, Amazon Music and Prime Video will release a full-length version of the concert, which will be available on Prime Video in early November, along with an exclusive four-track Amazon Original EP featuring the performance on Live from the band, available to listen to only on Amazon Music.
Coldplay will release their ninth studio album, Music Of The Spheres, on Friday, October 15. The album will be available in streaming on Amazon Music globally, and on devices with Alexa by simply asking Alexa, put Music Of The Spheres by Coldplay Music Of The Spheres is a twelve-track journey through a distant solar system called TheSpheres that will charge life in the Climate Pledge Arena for an audience of more than 17 thousand fans.
Coldplay formed in London in late 1997. The band has become one of the most popular groups on the planet, selling over 100 million copies of their eight Number One albums, which have spawned a string of hits such as Yellow. , Clocks, Fix You, Paradise, Viva La Vida, A Sky Full Of Stars, Adventure Of A Lifetime, Hymn For The Weekend, Something Just Like This and Orphans.
In July 2021, Coldplay confirmed the release of their ninth album, Music Of The Spheres, on October 15, produced by Max Martin. The album’s first single, Higher Power, was first performed on the International Space Station by French astronaut Thomas Pesquet in May 2021, quickly becoming another worldwide hit. The second single from the album was My Universe, a collaboration with BTS, which debuted at number one on the US Billboard chart and was streamed more than 100 million times in its first week of release.