From their latest album, Ghost Stories, comes Coldplay's newest track, produced by Avicii, "A Sky Full Of Stars."
After arriving in Australia on Monday for their six-day promotional tour, Coldplay got straight to work filming their music video in the streets of Sydney's hipster suburb, Newtown.
This upbeat, feel-good video was directed by Kate Moross and saw lead singer Chris Martin in a light grey tank top showing off some very toned arms, as he strummed his guitar dressed as a stereotypical busker at work.
Martin told Mail Online that the look for this video was very specific and represented the track's theme, "It's kind of based on a one man band because the track itself is quite dancey and electronic."
Fellow members Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland and Will Champion were dressed accordingly and followed Martin through Newtown as he gathered people along the way and finished in an open space for a celebration of music and life. There is confetti, sunshine, laughter and a group sing-along, which make the world a better place.
"A Sky Full Of Stars" is an uplifting song with a beautiful video to accompany it. To purchase Coldplay's album Ghost Stories, head to iTunes and be sure to check out their Zumic artist page for all the latest in music, news and tour dates.