“Coldplay” co-founder and lead vocalist Chris Martin premiered a track from his upcoming album “A Head Full of Dreams.” The album is scheduled to release in the first week of December. Martin debut the song “Everglow” that features his ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show recently. Indeed the sparks of old flame are evident between the celebrity couple. Read on to find out more interesting revelation on the Chris Martins’ latest album “A Head Full of Dreams” scoop ahead.
During the show, 38-year-old Martin revealed as of how he penned the song “Everglow.” According to Entertainment Weekly, the Britpop singer stated that he met a guy at the sea side and saw him surfing the other day he went on to do that too. Martin noted that the feeling was a complete ever glow and amazing, that is how it all came out.
He also mentioned that the everglow comes as an effect on the personality of a person when there is a loss of something, may it be a person or a relationship. When someone has already been through a phase of sadness there comes everglow in his persona.
“A Head Full of Dreams” is the seventh album of the band together. The album also features voices of Beyoncé and Noel Gallagher. In a special mention, it was revealed that the album especially features a voice sample of US President Barack Obama.
On bringing various guest vocals Chris Martin mentioned that, there were some colors missing in the album and hence it is compensated with the varied talented artists.
“A Head Full of Dreams” is about to release on Dec. 4, 2015.
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