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Watch Coldplay’s Sydney-Shot ‘A Sky Full Of Stars’ Video

Written by James Arnold-Garvey on June 19, 2014

Coldplay finished up their gig at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney tonight with a special treat, sharing the Sky Full Of Stars video which was shot with the help of fans a few hundred metres from the venue just a couple of days ago.

Locals will recognise several familiar locations as frontman Chris Martin marches down the busy Newtown thoroughfare in his one-man band get-up. He attracts more and more followers as he continues down the strip, like an indie pop Pied Piper leading his pseudo boho rats.

He eventually meets up with his band mates at the Martin Luther King “I have a dream” mural and leads the whole mob off the main drag, up past the cop shop and lands at iconic local building the Hub for a crowd singalong and, presumably, a few cold ones.

Coldplay caused quite a stir on Tuesday as news of the impending shoot spread, and the band put the call out for fans to participate.

It certainly seems like they got a healthy turn-out in the end and, if social media is anything to go by, tonight’s show at the Enmore attracted more than a few familiar faces.

One of those was none other than Kylie Minogue, who jumped on stage to perform her hit Can’t Get You Out Of My Head with the band, as well as a rendition of her Nick Cave duet Where The Wild Roses Grow. And I’m stuck at home writing about it.

The Enmore Theatre gig was the one and only show available to the public on Coldplay’s Australian promotional tour. They’re here plugging latest record Ghost Stories. Check out the new clip below.

Watch: Coldplay – A Sky Full Of Stars

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