The British band Coldplay has become the great protagonist of the week in Barcelona. The group led by Chris Martin is in full concert marathon in Barcelona -four in five days to be exact- presenting their latest album Music of the Spheres.
The British quartet's live shows go beyond the concept of a traditional concert, incorporating multimedia elements such as visuals, light bracelets, confetti and other props that turn their evenings into unforgettable moments for their fans.
So much so, that it is very common to see the stamp of the band performing and their legion of followers recording everything that happens on and off stage with their mobile phones. For this reason, in full concert, Chris Martin has asked the more than 55,000 present at the Estadi de Montjuïc to put aside their electronic devices and enjoy a song without interference.
“You are a phenomenal audience, but I think we can go a little higher. We are going to play the same song again, but this time without phones or cameras, please ”, he said in a Spanish that was a little forced but perfectly understandable.
“You don't need the phone or the camera. It's uploaded on YouTube. You only need your heart and your soul” she said, in a few words received among applause before interpreting the song A Sky Full of Stars for the second time.
Coldplay will take a well-deserved rest day this Friday before facing, on Saturday and Sunday, the last two shows of their tour in Barcelona, we'll see if they also have the curious collaboration with the Gipsy King.