Coldplay have become one of the biggest bands in the world by crafting vaguely romantic and generically anthemic arena pop and delivering it with slick aplomb. Although in the same basic pool, they have never been as interesting as Peter Gabriel, as spiritually rousing as U2 or as erudite as Sting. Gently introspective and instinctively melodic, they have become one of the staples of the feeling millennial’s musical diet. With Ghost Stories, however, the band takes a dive toward the deep end of the soul with songs exploring humanity’s universal longing for connection.
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