After heading to Italy to shoot their first video, the English rockers plan another road trip for their second clip.
After going to Italy to shoot the music video for their first single "Violet Hill", Coldplay reportedly are set to fly to another major European country for their second clip. The English rockers plan to shoot their new video at a beach in Holland and it will be directed by famous director Anton Corbijn.
The band tapped Anton because they want their next video to be a special and the best video ever. Explaining about their upcoming work with Anton, the band's vocalist Chris Martin said to the press, "We're trying an experiment with him. It could be a disaster, but it could be OK."
Teaming up with Anton won't be the first time for Coldplay as previously they have worked with him on their clip for a song titled "Talk", which was one of the songs from their 2005 album "X&Y". Although it is still unclear, it seems that the new video that the band will shoot is for their second single "Viva la Vida", which has been released via digital download formats on May 7.
Meanwhile, the rockers' album itself is being scheduled to hit the stores on June 17 in U.K. and on June 17 in North America. On that new LP the band worked with some renown producers, such as Brian Eno and Jon Hopkins.