Coldplay tribute band Coldplace stream songs from latest album Music of the Spheres in Derbyshire concert

Coldplace will perform at Buxton Opera House on February 27, 2022 (photo: Hen Metsemakers)

Their new theater show, which lands at Buxton Opera House on February 27, is based entirely on Coldplay’s latest album, Music of the Spheres.

Coldplay frontman Chris Martin had a vision of a fictional solar system called The Spheres, and Kaotica is one of nine fictional planets he created. It’s a trash planet with rejected people and aliens inhabiting it, and it’s the focus of their first single from the latest album, Higher Power, which was released last spring.

In addition to their fictional solar system and planets, Coldplay has also developed a new language called Kaotican. This is made up of logographies, and each symbol corresponds to a letter of the Romanian alphabet, or to a number. It was originally designed by Argentine graphic artist and singer Pilar Zeta, along with visual artist Victor Scorrano.

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Coldplace will perform in Derbyshire as part of their biggest UK tour.

Coldplace has been hard at work behind the scenes, studying the new style show, recreating it, and also having a weird conversation with Coldplay and Phil Harvey, who is believed to be Coldplay’s fifth member.

Shane said: “Phil can’t wait to see our rendition of Coloratura because it’s such a long song.

“We don’t want to give too much away, but we can say that there will be even more lasers on stage than during the last production and lots of flashing lights on our instruments.

“We’ll be using the Xylobands that Coldplay uses because they really give the show an edge, and they’ll look even more amazing with all the extra lights we’re using as well.

“It will be our biggest challenge yet to recreate their show as it is such a big atmosphere in a small, intimate environment in the theatres, however, we are confident that Coldplay will be happy with the outcome.”

“We can’t wait for you to see our take on the world of Coldplay and be a part of it,” Shane continued. “Expect to be blown away listening to classic Coldplay anthems.”

“It will be our biggest challenge yet to recreate their show as it is such a big atmosphere in a small, intimate environment in the theatres, however, we are confident that Coldplay will be happy with the outcome.”

Shane added: “I have to admit when I first listened to the new album I thought it was very different, and it took me a few listens to get the hang of it. Now I understand the music, I love it because there are so many variations in there. It really feels like you’re exploring all the different planets with the different styles of tracks. I can’t wait to play People of the Pride in particular.

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