Coldplay's New Album Featured in The New York Times
Originally posted on June 01, 2008 2:10 AM
The New York Times has an article on Coldplay and their new album, "Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends," today titled Coldplay Tries a Few New Things. The following is an excerpt from the article:
The first step toward finding new, less predictable ways to make music was setting up shop in their own studio, a former bakery in London that Mr. Martin described as "a beaten-up little place, down a drunken alleyway."
Mr. Buckland agreed about the impact the space has had on their work. "We've got a clubhouse, a space to be ourselves and not worry about anyone hearing any terrible music we make or hearing us argue," he said. "We havenít had that since 1998, when we were in my bedroom."
Topics covered in the article range from Chris Martin's tabloid status to the importance to keeping listeners and fans surprised to thoughts on one of the album's tracks, "42." The article is a great read, so definitely check it out.
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