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Coldplay Release New Video for A Sky Full of Stars
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 Thursday, June 19, 2014

Coldplay took to the streets of Sydney, Australia to record the video for their current single, "A Sky Full Of Stars," along with director Mat Whitecross and hundreds of fans who responded to a call on Twitter.

Following the band's Sydney show (which finished a few minutes ago), they have just posted the finished video with the following message:

Thank you Sydney, that was amazing. And here's the new "A Sky Full Of Stars" video that you made with us…love g,j,w,c

"A Sky Full Of Stars" is the second single to be taken from the band's acclaimed new album, Ghost Stories, which topped the iTunes Chart in more than 100 countries worldwide and is already certified Platinum in the UK.


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