If Coldplay's decision not to put A Head Full of Dreams and your own decision not to purchase A Head Full of Dreams have left you in the dark, with only "Adventure of a Lifetime" to guide you, breathe easy. The band's first U.S. late night performance in support of their seventh album offered the title track in addition to the equally boppy and anthemic lead single.

There was also a portion on the Late Late Show with James Corden visit where Coldplay sat for an interview, goofily discussing the Wizard of Oz–like journey to approach Beyoncé with a request for backing vocals. 

Bey’s not the only power player to sidle up next to Chris Martin & Co. Ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow’s also there, as are Tove LoNoel Gallagher and, via an “Amazing Grace” performance, President Barack Obama.

Coldplay was announced last week as the headliner for Super Bowl 50's halftime show, set for Feb. 17, 2016. Have you voted on the setlist yet? You know they're bringing "Adventure of a Lifetime," based on how energetic the tune's live performances have been: