Everyone is an alien somewhere

Music of the Spheres is the ninth studio album by British rock band Coldplay, which was released on October 15, 2021.

About the band
Coldplay are a British rock band, which was formed in 1998 at University College London. Initially they called themselves Big Fat Noises and changing to Starfish, before settling on the current name.
At first the band was consisted of two people — vocalist and pianist Chris Martin and guitarist Jonny Buckland, but later it was filled out with fellow students Gyu Berryman on bass and Will Champion, a guitarist who later switched to drums.
solar system
The idea
The album was promoted with the words "Everyone is an alien somewhere", which, according to the drummer of the band Will Champion, was about persons look to what unites them, not to what separate them.
The idea for a space-themed album had been envisioned by the band since 2010, when vocalist Chris Martin proposed a project to build a "solar system".
This project eventually led to the creation of the universe for Coldplay’s 2011 album Mylo Xyloto, which later also inspired the Music of the Spheres universe.
According to vocalist Chris Martin, the album was inspired by the Star Wars film franchise.
We fell in through the clouds
And everyone before us is there welcoming us now
It's the end of death and doubt
And loneliness is out
The place we dreamed about
The melodies inside yourself
And love come pouring out
And everyone's allowed
We're feathered by the crowd
And up there in the heavens
Galileo and those pining for the moon
Know it's a slow burn
Through Pioneer and Helix
Oumamama, Heliopause, and Neptune
We're a slow burning tune
But we'll get there
So for now
In this crazy world, I do
I just want you
In the end, it's all about
The love you're sending out
And up there in the heavens
The explorers who've all gathered by balloon
Saw the world turn
Through Voyager, Callisto, Calliope
Betelgeuse, the neon moons
We're a slow burning tune
But we'll touch down soon
So will you
And in this crazy world, I do
I just want you
And up there in the heavens
Galileo saw reflections of us too
Pluribus unum, unus mundus
And all the satellites imbue
The purple, yellow, green, red, orange and the blue
Oh, it's a crazy world, it's true
Sing it out
Oh-oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh
Oh-oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh
And in this crazy world, I do
I just want
In this crazy world, it's true
I just want you
Poets prophesy up in the blue
Together, that's how we'll make it through
The closing track of the album "Coloratura" was universally praised. It is the longest song ever released by the band, running at 10 minutes and 18 seconds.
The only component in a human that does not follow the laws of nature is our mind.
Coldplay sings of a great beyond — a place of beautiful mysticism and no logic binds your imagination. In this sphere, your mind is free, and this is exactly the kind of atmosphere the melody to this song creates.
"Coloratura" has received universal acclaim from critics: «The song might be the most dazzling thing Coldplay have ever done, a sprawling Pink Floyd-esque experiment which pays off infinitely».
Nobody said it was easy No one ever said it would be this hard
Oh, take me back
to the start
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