The hugely successful second album won Coldplay three Grammys and everyone’s hearts with one clear message: they were here to stay.
Coldplay’s latest EP gets lost in a muddle of experimentation. Ellis Murrell sifts through the wreckage.
Calvin Harris, Jason Derulo, and The 1975 also pile in to cap BRITs week.
Somehow, The Chainsmokers are still a thing. George Seabrook explores.
David Bowie’s ‘Blackstar’, and Little Mix’s ‘Shout Out To My Ex’ grabbed the two most prestigious awards.
Six Edgelings on their weirdest and most surreal moments from gigs.
Ellis Murrell reviews the new piano-based edit from A Head Full Of Dreams.
Adele, Beyoncé and Drake all heavily feature in the nominations.
The band’s “joyful” posthumous debut is reviewed by Marcus Bridgland.
Millie Cassidy reviews the effects of listeners knowing who a song was written about, and whether it’s our right to know in the first place.
Xavier Voigt-Hill reviews the support acts for Coldplay’s first Wembley headline show since 2009 (15/06/2016).
Xavier Voigt-Hill reviews the first of Coldplay’s sold-out shows at Wembley Stadium (15/06/2016).
Coldplay prepares to play four more headline shows at the UK’s biggest stadium of them all (15/06/2016-19/06/2016).