BBC - Coldplay - BBC Glastonbury Festival - 2011

Steve Lamacq

16:00 – 19:00 // In the studio next is Marc Riley

Wed 22nd June – Sun 26th June 2011

Worthy Farm, Pilton

Coldplay

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Live the Life

A unique connection to the Glastonbury festival brought Coldplay back to the farm for their third Pyramid headlining performance in a decade. West Countryman Chris Martin credits Michael Eavis and his invite for the band's first headline set in 2002 as a pivotal moment in the career of the band.

Recent months have seen the quartet sequestered in North London Church, with master producer Brian Eno, working on a much anticipated fifth album. A storming set!

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Set list Powered by Songkick

  • 1.

    MX

  • 2.

    Yellow

  • 3.

    In My Place

  • 4.

    Major Minus

  • 5.

    Lost!

  • 6.

    The Scientist

  • 7.

    Shiver

  • 8.

    Violet Hill

  • 9.

    God Put A Smile Upon Your Face

  • 10.

    Everything's Not Lost

  • 11.

    Us Against The World

  • 12.

    Politik

  • 13.

    Viva La Vida

  • 14.

    Charlie Brown

  • 15.

    Life Is For Living

  • 16.

    Clocks

  • 17.

    What A Wonderful World

  • 18.

    Fix You

  • 19.

    Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall

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Reviews

Coldplay at Glastonbury 2011

The Guardian 25 June

A victory that few predicted. Who knew a band this big could sneak up on people?

Coldplay At Glastonbury 2011 - Review

NME 25 June

A great set of the classics and some of the new tracks...

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