Cold Play: Interesting Facts that One Must Know

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 09 December 2016, 05:50 Hrs
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BENGALURU:  Coldplay, a renowned British rock band has earned world wide popularity and is one of the top rock bands across the globe. Fans across the globe are going gaga about the upcoming gig at various parts of the world.

Let’s take a look at the brief history of the band as to how it was formed. The Coldplay band was initially formed as a four- member band in 1996 which gained huge popularity and fame across the globe,.  especially because of the hit songs like Yellow, Clocks, The Scientist, Speed of Sound, Fix You, Viva La Vida and others.

Coldplay has intimidated people so much that fans know every minute detail about the individual members and the group. If you are one of those fans and want to know more about Coldplay, then you are at the right place.

With so much hype around Coldplay band, below are some of the lesser known facts about the band, according to Samhati Bhattachariya inked in one of the blogs on  IBT.

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