Chris Martin No Longer Feels the Need to Apologize for his Music
Seems like Chris Martin really has learnt to move on from things. The “Coldplay” frontman has over the years grown with his music and given us hits like “The Scientist,” “Yellow” and the most recent “A Head Full of Dreams.” However, there is something else too that he has learnt to accept.
According to Music-News, the “Coldplay” frontman back in the day really used to worry about people liking his music and would often think if people find his group cool or not. This is something that has changed now and the singer now believes he has learnt to accept everyone’s opinion. Elaborating on the same, he stated that he has
Elaborating on the same, he stated that he has no longer a problem with people not liking his band’s music since he has stopped trying to win people over.
He even suggested that people are more than welcome to listen to other bands and their music if they don’t like Coldplay. He is at a position where he no longer has to apologize for making the kind of music he makes.
Over the years, “Coldplay” has always tried to bring something unique to the platter with the recent one being “A Head Full of Dreams.” According to him, the only motivation for “Coldplay” to make music is that they follow their hearts while making it.
A lot has been said that the lyrics of his songs often hint at his divorce from ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow and amongst those is a song in particular that speaks about breaking down of relationships.
The track “Fun,” which features Tove Lo, is all about the breakdown of relationships. Martin explains that since many have experienced relationships ending, there’s always two ways to go about it. You can either get frustrated about it or you can always keep the good memories, store them away and live with it.
Just Jared added that the Coldplay lead vocalist hit the stage when he was at “The Voice” and accompanying him were Gorilla dancers who sat on red chairs. Coldplay’s latest album “A Head Full of Dreams” stands at the second spot right after Adele’s “25.”
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