Coldplay Perform “Viva la Vida” on the MTV Movie Awards

Coldplay debuting “Viva la Vida” in a live performance on the MTV Movie Awards:

They also spoke to the New York Times, who wrote a story about them this weekend. This is probably the most amusing part of the piece:

Later that week Mr. Martin stopped by a used-book store and cafe in SoHo. He certainly didn’t carry himself like a celebrity, un-self-consciously bounding in and asking for the men’s room. He devoured the store’s racks of vinyl albums, scooping up an armful of LPs — including the “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” soundtrack, works by Duke Ellington and Ray Charles, and a David Lee Roth 45. At the register he seemed excited by the basket of free condoms.

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2 thoughts on “Coldplay Perform “Viva la Vida” on the MTV Movie Awards”

  1. No, it doesn’t. This song is epic. They’re a band that has come into their own. Don’t knock them just because you have lame musical taste.

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