It’s hard to believe that Coldplay have been around for two decades, but here we are. To celebrate the powerhouse band’s 20th anniversary, they have announced a career-spanning documentary A Head Full Of Dreams.
The Mat Whitecross-directed film was made during the band’s ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’ world tour, and will feature exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, as well as a ton of archival footage.
Alongside the release of the film, which will be available for Australia on Amazon Prime, the band is releasing three exclusive live songs. They include a performance of ‘Don’t Panic’ in Paris, a performance of ‘Us Against The World’ in Leipzig and their cover of ‘Stayin Alive’ at Glastonbury, with help of Bee Gees lead singer Barry Gibb.
The film will be available to stream Friday, 16th November.
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Next month, Coldplay will release a new documentary called A Head Full Of Dreams, which charts their two decades together so far. It is directed by Mat Whitecross, who’s been filming the band since their very first rehearsal. #AHFODfilm will stream exclusively on #PrimeVideo from 16 November. It will also be in cinemas worldwide on 14 November. #Coldplay