Music video "Paradise" by the British alternative rock band Coldplay. The song was released as the second single from their fifth album, Mylo Xyloto. In the video, a man dressed as an elephant escapes from a zoo, in London.
The video was shot in October 2015 at various Indian cities including Varanasi, Worli Village, Mumbai and Kolkata. The fort showcased at the start and in between is Bassein Fort aka Saint ... See full summary »
At the beginning of the video, Coldplay's lead singer, Chris Martin, walks through Sydney's streets dressed as a one-man band, singing the first verse of the song. Then he reaches the other... See full summary »
The clip is a computerized image of dancing chimpanzees. The official music video was filmed by director Mat Whitecross, who has been collaborating with the band for many years. The clip ... See full summary »
The video opens, looking down on Martin who is singing, as he lies on his back on a mattress. As the camera shot pulls back, the mattress is revealed to be outside. A cyclist cycles past in... See full summary »
It features the band performing the song, with a laser show, in front of a staged audience, mostly local college students. Stage effects and blue-red light transitions give the video a ... See full summary »
The music video shows the band playing across various backdrops sprayed with colorful graffiti painted by the band's artist "Paris". The video was shot between 14 and 15 June 2011 at ... See full summary »
The music video was directed by Vanya Heyman and Gal Muggia on May 16, 2016. Clip is described by the group as "sharp, surreal movie that alludes to contemporary issues." Video consists of ... See full summary »
This second version is a tribute to Corbijn's video for Depeche Mode's "Enjoy the Silence" and portrays Chris Martin as the king from whose perspective the song is sung. During the video, ... See full summary »
This song is hauntingly simple and so well vocalized by Chris Martin in his usual heart- felt way. The video is stylistically precious - A gem of early century tech, A must see for all Coldplay fans. Charming and memorable for everyone else too.
Coldplay is always at the top of their game and bring in super A list cast. Hint: Look up IMDb to find out who plays the villain.
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