Coldplay To Premiere “Higher Power” With Link-Up To Space Station


Coldplay will premiere their new track “Higher Power” with a very special link up to the International Space Station.

This track was first teased with a very special and cryptic “Alien Radio” website and video. More here.

A snippet of the song also appeared on Tik Tok for 24 hours earlier this week.

The track itself will be also released on May 7. The band took to social media to confirm this news.

They wrote, “Higher Power is a song that arrived on a little keyboard and a bathroom sink at the start of 2020. It was produced by Max Martin who is a true wonder of the universe. It’s out on Friday 7 May. Love c, g, w & j”. More on that report here too.

Coldplay are to also open the Brit Awards next week. The band will perform on a pontoon near the Thames at London’s O2 in Brixton. The ceremony will also be hosted by Jack Whitehall. It will have 4,000 people in attendence as part of the UK’s Events Research Programme.

New Coldplay track on a “extraterrestrial transmission” 

Coldplay have now announced that their new track “Higher Power” will get its first play on an “extraterrestrial transmission” to French ESA astronaut Thomas Prequet who is onboard the International Space Station.

Fans will be able to access this outer space spin via the band’s Official YouTube channel.

It was also confirmed by Glastonbury’s Emily Eavis that Chris Martin and co will perform at a live-streamed event at Worthy Farm on May 22.

At the time, Emily Eavis said, “We’re very pleased to announce that on the May 22, we’re going to be streaming an incredible line-up of artists from Worthy Farm”.

“We’re working with an incredible director called Paul Dugdale. We’re going to be taking you on a five-hour journey through an evening at Worthy Farm. It’s going to be like the festival, but without the people”, she continued.

“We have got incredible bands like Coldplay, Damon Albarn, Haim, IDLES, Michael Kiwanuka, Kano and Jorja Smith and lots of special guests along the way”, she also added.