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Coldplay and Clapton will perform alongside a stellar lineup of other big musicians during the benefit concert at Madison Square Garden on December 12.
The band announce their intention to take a long break during their November 21 concert in Brisbane, Australia.
British rock band Coldplay are set to perform in the Big Apple for New Year's Eve event, while rapper Jay-Z will co-headline the show on December 31.
Serving as a prequel to the band's comic book series, the clip sees two graffiti artists who fall in love with each other and rebel against dictator Major Minus in a time of war.
After failing to remember some lines in 'Warning Sign', frontman Martin puts the blame on the London summer games for distracting him, exclaiming, 'F*** the Olympics.'
'Mylo Xyloto' is a six-part comic book series that serves as a companion to Coldplay's album of the same name, and will be released at the San Diego convention.
Singing about their lost love, the British band's frontman and the 'We Found Love' songstress share a tender moment on a desert before engaging in a battle with swords in the sky.
Frontman Chris Martin sang a slowed-down rendition of Beastie Boys' '(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party)' at Coldplay's Hollywood Bowl concert.
Instead of featuring the Chris Martin-fronted band, the music video sees Riri channeling her inner goddess while singing the hook of the single.
A 'gangsta goth geisha' Riri channels her inner goddess persona in the sneak peek to the upcoming music video.
These acts are invited to perform at the first Secret Policeman's Ball held in the United States this coming March.
To support their latest studio album 'Mylo Xyloto', the Chris Martin-fronted band are going to kick off the tour in April next year.
Commenting on this week's battle for No. 1 on Billboard Hot 200, Kelly says, 'I always think competition is healthy.'
The acoustic version, which is performed by the Chris Martin band during their visit to BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge, has been approved by Riri.
Chris Martin and his bandmates are 'elephant-astic' in a newly-premiered music video for their new single 'Paradise'.