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'Humankind' is the latest track from the group's 'Music of the Spheres' album to get a video treatment following 'Biutyful', 'People of the Pride', 'Let Somebody Go' ft. Selena Gomez and 'My Universe' ft. BTS.

AceShowbiz - Coldplay have unveiled a new music video for "Humankind". The clip, which was released on Wednesday, August 17, was shot in Mexico City's Foro Sol during the group's ongoing world tour.

"I know, I know, I know/ We're only human/ I know, I know, I know/ How we're designed, yeah/ I know, I know, I know," Chris Martin sings in the chorus along with nearly 260,000 fans. "We're only human/ But from another planet/ Still they call us humankind."

"Humankind" is the latest track from Coldplay's "Music of the Spheres" album to get a video treatment. If follows "Biyutiful", "People of the Pride", "Let Somebody Go" ft. Selena Gomez as well as "My Universe" ft. BTS (Bangtan Boys).

The music video arrived just one day after Coldplay and Natalie Imbruglia paid a heartfelt tribute to the late Olivia Newton-John. The band and the Australian-British singer performed "Grease" hit "Summer Nights" to honor the late star at Wembley Stadium in London.

At the Tuesday show, Chris channeled his inner John Travolta to take on the role of Danny from the 1978 rom-com musical. Natalie, meanwhile, became fellow Australian Olivia's alter ego Sandy for the acoustic duet. Jacob Collier also joined in on vocals.

The duo earlier performed Natalie's 1997 hit "Torn" at the packed-out stadium.

Actress-and-singer Olivia sadly died last week at the age of 72, more than 30 years after being diagnosed with breast cancer. She will be laid to rest with a state memorial service in Australia after her family accepted the offer days following her tragic death. Speaking on "A Current Affair", her niece Tottie Goldsmith confirmed, "We will [accept], on behalf of not just our family, but I think Australia needs it. She was so loved. I think our country needs it so we're going to accept it."

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