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Coldplay debut acoustic new track ‘All My Love’ at Greece gig

The band are continuing their ‘Music of the Spheres’ world tour this summer, which comes to Glastonbury this month.

By Will Richards

Coldplay on stage in Tampa, Florida, June 2022
Coldplay (Photo: Stevie Rae Gibbs)

Coldplay debuted a new acoustic song at the end of their Athens gig at the weekend – watch Chris Martin perform ‘All My Love’ below.

The band’s Music of the Spheres tour is continuing into 2024 and will see the band headlining the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury later this month.

On Sunday (June 9), the tour stopped at the Olympic Stadium in the Greek capital, and ended with a preview of a brand new song.

“We have a new song which you weren’t supposed to hear until September but I’m going to play it for you now one time,” Martin said to the crowd.

The frontman added: “It would be better if you didn’t put this on the internet. I know that is difficult to ask. But we [want] you to treat this like a rehearsal between us. This is called ‘All My Love’. This is how we feel about all of you.”

Footage of the performance has inevitably made its way to YouTube though, and you can see it below.

Elsewhere, Coldplay recently shared a new update from their eco-friendly world tour, revealing that they have reduced their emissions by a huge 59 per cent.

The tour began in 2022 and saw the band lay out initiatives in an attempt to minimise their carbon footprint. Upon the tour’s announcement, the band said they were hoping to cut emissions from the tour by 50 per cent compared to their previous world tour, and a new update has revealed that the band managed to save even more than aimed for.

They said in a statement: “When we first announced the Music of the Spheres tour in 2021, we pledged to reduce our direct carbon emissions (from show production, freight, band and crew travel) by at least 50%.

“We’re happy to report that direct CO2e emissions from the first two years of this tour are 59% less than our previous stadium tour (2016-17), on a show-by-show comparison. These figures have been verified by the MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative.”

In 2022, Chris Martin revealed that the band were close to cancelling the world tour due to financial constraints, saying: “This was the first time where there was a point where we couldn’t do the tour due to all the money stuff.”