Chris Martin is keen to board a rocket into space and perform Coldplay’s new music on the moon.
The group recently returned with Higher Power, the lead single from their forthcoming ninth studio album, due soon.
And after premiering the track via live link to astronauts on the International Space Station, he’s keen to join them for a live performance.
He told ‘The Zach Sang Show’: “Not many people have done it, that’s true. But isn’t there an issue that if you play on the moon no one can actually hear? I am confused about the atmosphere.
“We would try anything twice. I don’t mind any ridicule as I just speak what feels true to me. That is what we all have to do.”
Although a release date for the album has yet to be confirmed, Chris previously revealed the collection was inspired by the ‘Star Wars’ movies.
“One time I was watching ‘Star Wars’ and they had the scene with the Cantina band right,” he said.
“And I was like: ‘I wonder what musicians are like across the universe?’ and that led to this whole thing and now here we are.”
Coldplay’s latest music video is set on the planet of Kaotica, which is “populated by robot dogs, giant holograms and a street-gang of dancing aliens.” performed by Seoul’s Ambiguous Dance Company.
And according to director Dave Meyers, the clip is “a metaphor for how, right now, we all feel alienated, far removed from our world, almost like we’re on an alien planet.
“And ultimately we find love in the streets and that euphoria shoots us off into the stratosphere of our own energy and higher power.”
It was recently reported that Coldplay’s new album is imminent, after the band trademarked the phrase ‘Music Of The Spheres’ and officially applied to use the name on music, merchandise, and more.
The speculative title was also printed in a book accompanying the vinyl version of Coldplay’s 2019 album ‘Everyday Life’, along with “Coldplay, coming soon” in small print.