Coldplay Share Music Video ‘feelslikeimfallinginlove’ Following Glastonbury Performance


Following their recent headline show at Glastonbury, Coldplay have shared the music video for their single, ‘feelslikeimfallinginlove’. 

The band had previously shared the single ahead of their Worthy Farm performance, a track which will feature on their upcoming album Moon Music, arriving on October 4.

The video for ‘feelslikeimfallinginlove’ features Natasha Ofili, a writer, actress and storyteller who performs her own American Sign Language interpretation of the song.

It has also been directed by Ben Mor, who also directed Coldplay’s collaboration with Beyoncé, ‘Hymn For The Weekend’. 

Coldplay members are spotted performing the song at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens, Greece towards the end of the video. They perform in front of an audience, who were invited by the band’s social media accounts.

‘feelslikeimfallinginlove’ also includes the Deaf members of the Venezuelan Sign Language section from El Sistema Venezuela’s Coro de Manos Blancas (White Hands Choir).

They are a renowned performing arts group from Barquismeto, supported by the Dudamel Foundation.

Check out the video for yourselves below.

Coldplay Bring Out Michael J Fox

Speaking of that record breaking Glastonbury performance, Coldplay brought out actor Michael J Fox onto the stage for special performances of ‘Fix You’ and ‘Humankind’. 

Performing for a record breaking fifth time as a headline act at the festival, Coldplay who previously headlined Glastonbury in 2002, 2005, 2011 and 2016, honoured both Fox and founder Michael Eavis on the night.

Fox who has been battling Parkinson’s Disease since 1991, is renowned for his role as Marty McFly in the Back To The Future trilogy, was introduced to the stage by Chris Martin and co, playing guitar on two songs ‘Humankind’, and ‘Fix You’.

While on stage, Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin sang ‘Go Johnny Go’, referring to Fox’s role in the Back To The Future films.

Check it out for yourselves here.

Elsewhere, Chris Martin also paid tribute to Michael Eavis for founding Glastonbury. More on this story from Nova here.