Coldplay: you can appear on the next album “Moon Music”

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Coldplay is preparing its next album: “Moon Music” scheduled for early 2024. The London group sent a message to its fans, offering them, via a very simple procedure, to appear on the album.

BTS, Selena Gomez, Rihanna… Coldplay has always surrounded itself with great artists to produce their songs. The London group is currently preparing their next album “Moon Music” scheduled for early 2024, and there are likely to be a lot of people there. Rumor has it that singer Jacob Collier will be featured on the song “A Wave”, a song the band plays at the end of their shows.

On the other hand, other artists have been confirmed on the tracklist. These artists are about you! The group posted a message on their website as well as on their social networks inviting fans around the world to record themselves singing “Ahhh” on the note G or C. These recordings will then appear on the song: “One World”, probably to be mixed into a giant chorus.

To carry out this collaboration, simply go to the website and click on the microphone icon. You will also need to inform your country in order to try to be part of the one with the most registrations. For the moment, without much surprise, the United States dominates the ranking, followed closely by the United Kingdom.


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