Coldplay's Chris Martin feels like each Coldplay record is their last
Martin told Billboard the band was inspired to get back into the studio after producer Brian Eno wrote them a letter.
"I always feel like each record is our last, but at the moment I'm in the stage where I really mean it. I just can't imagine how we would do another one, because we've thrown everything. When it's finished, we won't have been able to put more work into it, which I guess is the only thing we can really do"
Martin also strangely compared the new album to a sandwich, responding to a question about whether the band records with an audience in mind saying:
"We don't make it for us, we don't make it to sell millions, we don't make it to answer critics or anything. We make it so that if you're in a store and you buy our record, or a ticket, like a good sandwich, you go, 'That's good!' That's all it is.'"
The band will release the album on October 24, with a single, titled 'Paradise', set to come out on September 12.
Watch the video for Coldplay's latest single, 'Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall' here:
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