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Coldplay having a "good problem" on their current tour

British rockers Coldplay are currently on their world tour in support of 'Mylo Xyloto' and the only problem they're having is a "good" one.

The band's roadie, who regularly updates the official blog, explained that the setlist is so great the guys are struggling to find space to alter it for each show, but that's the only issue they're having on the extensive string of dates:

"The possibilities keep appearing left and right for great additions, but the set right now is so killer that it's tough to work out where to make substitutions. I'd call that a good problem to have."

He also commented on Coldplay's dynamic as a band and admitted that they're on top form:

"They're most definitely in the zone right now. They also played around with something from a long way back. It's all a sign of a band very much alive and enjoying themselves."




Watch the band perform 'Charlie Brown' live here: