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After multiple interviews emphasizing that A Head Full of Dreams would likely be Coldplay's farewell album, Chris Martin has given a little more insight about the band's future.

Speaking to Zane Lowe on his Beats 1 radio show, the singer essentially denied any future Coldplay LPs: 

"I'd be surprised if there was another conventional Coldplay album. I just feel like we're right where we're supposed to be right now. I meant what I said to you a couple of years ago, I feel like this is a closing chapter of something. I stand by that, I’m afraid."

So it wasn't just a publicity ploy, but a real thing, huh? We're totally okay...

Martin did give a glimmer of hope for fans saying he doesn't think the band will ever officially disband:

"I don’t think we’d split up as a band so hopefully we’ll try to work out something to do at some point. But also part of me right now just feels like yeah seven albums, that's great and they form a kind of circle and they all make sense to me now and I feel really proud of them."

So a big reunion tour is inevitable then, eh?

Martin also revealed that a video for Coldplay's new single "Up&Up" is coming and the band will continue full force on the festival circuit including a stop at Glastonbury.

Watch Chris' most recent Fuse visit, where he told us about what he thinks is the quintessential Coldplay song is: