Coldplay’s new 10-show “Music of the Spheres World Tour” is getting a lot of buzz.
The band has managed to take the more than 65 thousand spectators attending the concerts on a tour of the Universe with special effects and optical effects. However, this is not the only thing that has fascinated the public.
On October 28, at the band’s third concert entitled “Music of the Spheres” and after well-known songs of the band such as “Fix You” or “Yellow”, Chris Martin, the group’s singer, grabbed the microphone to greet one of his great companions of the moment, the member of the band BTS, Jin.
Jin’s entrance to the stage brought more excitement from the audience, as the South Korean band announced on October 17 that they are taking a break from their music career to fulfill their mandatory military service.
With this, Jin has said goodbye to his fans, the ARMYs, with the help of Coldplay and a new song composed by Chris and him and purple lighting, “The Astronaut”, performed for the first time in directoral and as Coldplay announced through their social networks.
Thus, the fans admitted that “no matter how many years go by, we will be here waiting for them and supporting them”.
Jin said goodbye to his musical career for a while with a short and meaningful message, “thank you Argentina”, something that completed a show that was already spectacular.