Chris Martin wants “Emojis” as the song title for the next Coldplay album.
The 44-year-old singer admitted that “service providers” weren’t interested in the idea, but would like to use the icon of “an apple” to represent one of their tracks.
Speaking to Chris Moyles on Radio X, he said: “We’re trying to have the first album with some tracks that only contain emojis tracks.
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“But it turns out to be difficult because all service providers say: ‘You can’t do that’ …
“You literally have ten million songs in a box. Let’s have a picture of an apple for a song or something.”
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Chris, who has daughter Apple, 16) and son Moses, 14) with ex-Gwyneth Paltrow, recently said he was trying not to rely on performing live to keep him happy.
He explained, “I mean my whole being is built around playing in front of people, but I also try to accept the situation and not rely on it to be happy with each day, but as soon as we can, you do Jokes! “
He also announced that various organizations and companies have reached out to him to offer their environmentally friendly services to assist them in their search for a more environmentally friendly way to travel.
He said, “I said this in an interview about 18 months ago and we thought it would be some kind of disaster to see this. We thought it would be a stupid thing to go public, but what actually happened was is that so many people and organizations and people have come up in the meantime and said, “Oh, we’re doing this kind of staging or this kind of.” So it was an amazing amount of time.
“I don’t think we can get a perfect green tour right now, but I can definitely get somewhere and keep improving. It’s a great teamwork!”
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