Coldplay fans can expect a unique “interactive” visual experience if they make it out to one of the band’s tour dates this summer.
“When you go to see [the show], it feels like you are part of something,” guitarist Jonny Buckland tells the New Zealand Herald. “You're not just going to look at four idiots up on stage, you really feel like you're stepping into something, like you're in something.”
Buckland added that the band had their stage show in mind while they were creating their latest release, Mylo Xyloto. "The idea was to make the most visual album we'd ever made, to think of it visually, so every song had a place and almost filmic quality,” explains the guitarist. “So it is more of a sort of conceptual album, and all that sort of rubbish."
You’ll get your chance to see the show when the band kicks off its North American tour on June 22 at American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX.
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