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The unemployed of aliens (both inside the sci-fi as well as the earthly foreigner sense) and the meaning regarding home are explored inside Coldplay‘s new animated lyric video for their song “Aliens. ” Proceeds from the track will benefit Migrant Just offshore Aid Station (MOAS), which can be an international NGO that rescues migrants and refugees affected at sea in the Mediterranean and beyond.

In the video, the serious circumstances surrounding an super-hero, colorful family’s plight are usually mirrored in the songs perfectly lyrics. Cowritten by John Eno and co-produced simply by Eno, Markus Dravs and also Rik Simpson, the song’s pulsating rhythms emulate typically the racing heartbeat that might come with searching for safety in a dismal world. In the Diane Martel and Ben Jones-directed video, the family runs from explosions on the ground and foreboding beings above.


“We were pretty much to lose our home/ Expensive diamonds ate the radio, ” Philip Martin sings, narrating often the subjects’ escape from danger. “Moving in the dead of night. ”

Shortly, the family’s escape spaceship loses its bearings. Much like Coldplay’s recently unveiled “All I Can Think About is You, inches which addresses grievous planet issues before a vivid turn, “Aliens” also offers expect, both in lyric (“If you desire to/ Hold me, maintain me tight”) and when the household looks over a precipice to get a promising city below since orchestral swells build. “Oh, we just want to get home once more, ” Martin sings.

The two songs hail from Coldplay’s forthcoming Kaleidoscope EP, which is often downloaded and streamed in July 14th, with a COMPACT DISK and vinyl release to adhere to on August 4th.

‘Aliens’ Music Video