Typically, a music video doesn’t require an explanation or introduction.
However, Coldplay doesn’t announce or produce music videos in typical fashion.
(As described on Coldplay’s website)
“The video was filmed in Mexico City during the band’s sold out Latin American stadium tour in April. Directed by Marcus Haney and shot predominantly on Super 8mm film, it features the band cycling to their show at the city’s Foro Sol venue (where they set a new attendance record). The video begins with Charlie Chaplin’s speech from The Great Dictator, which also opens the #AHFODtour live show.”
Coldplay’s newest music video is to their hit single, “A Head Full of Dreams.” This song is the title of the album, which makes the journey from the streets of Mexico City during the day to a rocking stadium at night all the more appropriate. The music video, energized by the uplifting sound and lyrics by the pop rock quartet, came together for a unique Coldplay experience.
Have an Inspired Week!
David Hasselhoff has a new music video and it’s not an exaggeration to say it’s crazy-awesome-ridiculous for all the right reasons. At the very moment when you think it can’t get any more absurdly risible, he takes it to another level.
Take a deep breath before watching this video:
Have a Hasselhoff-Caliber Week!