Coldplay’s New Album ‘Music Of The Spheres’ Features Chris Martin’s Children

Coldplay’s latest album is a family affair.

On Friday, the band released their latest studio album Music of the spheres, featuring the No. 1 hit “My Universe,” featuring BTS. However, K-pop superstars aren’t the only collaborators on the LP.

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The album also includes contributions from Chris Martin’s children Apple and Moses, whom he shares with ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow.

The breakup song “Let Somebody Go,” featuring a duet with Selena Gomez, was actually co-written by 17-year-old Apple, with lyrics such as “You gave it all away that golden glow / Now turn it all off the stars, because what I know / that it hurts so much to let someone go.

On the song “Higher Power”, Apple provides the countdown intro to keep things going.

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Meanwhile, 15-year-old Moses joins his dad to sing the chorus of ’80s-inspired synth-pop track “Humankind.”

Finally, Apple joins the children of guitarist Jonny Buckland, bassist Guy Berryman and drummer Will Champion, providing the chorus vocals on the interlude track “Music of the Spheres II”.

Other collaborators on the album include Jacob Collier and R&B duo We Are King.

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