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Coldplay changed its name: why and how is the name of the new group – 11/28/2018



The news began as a mystery, mutated surprise and ultimately was the attitude to stand out. What happened? Famous British group Coldplay he decided change your name and face a new project, different from many others, that has been done in the past.

The first sign was from Parlophone Records, the label of the band led by Chris Martin, who announced on his account on Twitter about hiring a new group. Name? Units, (sic: with male article),

The Units, the band hired by Parlophone Records.

The Units, the band hired by Parlophone Records.

From there versions multiply: that the shadows that appeared in the photo from which they announced the new group were similar to Coldplay members, that in fact the British decided to leave their name, which led them to glory … The truth is that since the end of the hour everything is gradually confirmed.

Chris Martin, singer of the British pop group Coldplay. (Photo: DPA)

Chris Martin, singer of the British pop group Coldplay. (Photo: DPA)

It was the same record Parlophone Records, which revealed the secret: this Friday, November 30, the album will be presented Global Citizen EP 1, A charity project whose profits will be used to support the campaigns of the Global Citizen movement, which seeks to eradicate extreme poverty worldwide for the year 2030.

Members had the same thing. Coldplaythat for this particular case they will change their name and will UnitsIn addition, other artists involved in the project are Farrell Williams, Storm, David Guetta, Stargate, Cassero Nievest, Josie, Vizkid and Tiwa Savage. And the eye: the theme will have the voice of nelson mandela,

At the moment, the first single disc has already appeared. It is called E-lo and it was done Units and Farrell williams,

In addition to this new album, Units will attend the festival Mandela 100which is organized by Global Citizen and will be held at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on December 2 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the South African political leader who died in 2013.


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