Chris Martin Reveals Coldplay Won't Tour Until Concerts Are Environmentally Friendly | Chris Martin revealed Coldplay won't be touring their new album, Everyday Life, until they can make the tour environmentally friendly. Read on below!

Chris Martin Reveals Coldplay Won't Tour Until Concerts Are Environmentally Friendly

Chris Martin Reveals Coldplay Won't Tour Until Concerts Are Environmentally Friendly

Chris Martin Reveals Coldplay Won't Tour Until Concerts Are Environmentally Friendly

Chris Martin Reveals Coldplay Won't Tour Until Concerts Are Environmentally Friendly

Chris Martin Reveals Coldplay Won't Tour Until Concerts Are Environmentally Friendly

Chris Martin Reveals Coldplay Won't Tour Until Concerts Are Environmentally Friendly
Chris Martin Reveals Coldplay Won't Tour Until Concerts Are Environmentally Friendly
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Coldplay is releasing its newest album, Everyday Life, tomorrow, but don't expect a tour anytime soon.

In an interview with BBC BreakfastChris Martinrevealed the band won't be going on tour until they can figure out how to make it environmentally friendly.

As the "Paradise" singer explained, "We're taking time, over the next year or two, to work out how can not only our tour be sustainable, but how can it be actively beneficial? How can we harness the resources that our tour creates and make it have a positive impact?" An important question, indeed!

Given the massiveness of a Coldplay tour, it would be quite the undertaking to make such huge performances (and all of the moving parts that go into them) a beacon of renewable resources.

Martin is well aware of this. "The hardest thing is the flying side of things," he said. Still, they have big dreams for this green tour. As he shared, "Our dream is to have a show with no single-use plastic, to have it be largely solar powered."

Outside of reducing their carbon footprint, the singer said the goal of this sustainable tour is simply to show people that it can be done.

As the "Up&Up" crooner admitted, "I think it's a question of just accepting that you have to do your best not to be too overzealous in criticizing others because everyone will catch up if you prove that it's easy to do it the right way."

This shouldn't come as a surprise to any Martin/Coldplay fan. The "Yellow" singer has always been an advocate for bettering the world, be that through events like the Global Citizen Festival—which aims to help end extreme poverty—or through this latest ambition of producing a world tour with renewable energy.

Fans of the group will no doubt be bummed that a new tour won't be happening for a while, but when considering the big changes they aim to implement, it will certainly be worth the wait!

The Frozen Cast's Crosswalk the Musical Will Make You Melt

The Frozen Cast's Crosswalk the Musical Will Make You Melt

Some performances are just worth melting for.

On Wednesday, the cast of Disney's Frozen 2 went into the unknown for The Late Late Show for a Frozen edition of "Crosswalk the Musical," where host James Corden and his Late Late Show theater troupe are given seconds to pull off Broadway-level performances on a crosswalk in the middle of a crowded Los Angeles intersection. Joining the group this time around were Kristen Bell (Anna), Idina Menzel (Elsa), Josh Gad (Olaf) and Jonathan Groff (Kristoff)—and it's safe to say that they stopped traffic with their performance. 

"Since we performed the iconic Les Miserable in Paris, people keep coming up me saying, ‘James, when are you going to take this further? When will we see the company doing Madama Butterfly, La Traviata, Così fan Tutti?'" James said into the camera. "I look them in the eye and say, ‘Screw that! We're doing Frozen.'"

Before jumping into the first number, James gave everyone their parts. Kristen, Jonathan and Josh each played their characters from the movie, but there was an unforeseen toss-up for Elsa.

The late night host announced, "And the role of Elsa, the frozen queen with a voice that echoes throughout the heavens will be played by, I mean, come on? Who else, but James Corden!" Much to Idina's surprise, she landed the role of Sven the Reindeer instead!

To ensure that the Frozen cast and the Late Late Show theater company were ready for the grueling task of performing on the crosswalk, James had them undergo a series of challenges—starting with pelting them with snowballs so they wouldn't break character.

Finally, it was time to hit the streets. Dressed as their beloved characters, the cast kicked things off with "Do You Wanna Build Snowman?" Despite pulling off the performance perfectly, the troupe felt that Idina needed to reprise her role as Elsa. This, of course, led to an epic sing-off between the Wicked star and James.

Watch the James and the Frozen cast sing "For The First Time in Forever," "Let It Go" and more in the hilarious video above!

Shop Goop's First-Ever Black Friday Sale!

Shop Goop's First-Ever Black Friday Sale!

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For the first time ever, Goop will be having a Black Friday sale this holiday season! If you've ever wanted to get your hands on the iconic luxury brand founded by actress and philanthropist Gwyneth Paltrow...now's the time to take a little bit of the tastemaker's lifestyle brand home with you for the holidays.

From next-level self-care products—like this Himalayan salt scalp scrub at $34 marked down from $42—to romantic perfumes and candles—like this dreamy orchard scented keepsake at $132 marked down from $165—to fashion-forward must-haves—like this fitted cardigan or turtleneck dress—you'll be able to score 20% off select Goop products! Goop beauty, Goop fashion and Goop wellness included, on Black Friday (Nov. 29) only. Our favorite? This leather cropped shirt, of course!

Here are seven of our favorites below.

Shop the entire Goop Black Friday sale at www.goop.com!

WHO DECIDES WAR by MRDR BRVDO Explores Conflict & Sustainability in SSENSE Drop

WHO DECIDES WAR by MRDR BRVDO Explores Conflict & Sustainability in SSENSE Drop

WHO DECIDES WAR by MRDR BRVDO is a new collection of streetwear-indebted pieces to exclusively launch on SSENSE, designed by former Virgil Abloh-collaborator Everand Best.

The eight-piece Fall/Winter 2019 collection brings an aesthetic comprised of DIY, utilitarian and tactical aesthetics through garments such as the harness strap trousers and the vest. Standout pieces include the white harness trousers sporting an all-over multicolored paint-splattered finish, the denim cargo pants complete with harness details and heavy-duty zippers, and the black flag hoodie.

WHO DECIDES WAR by MRDR BRVDO has a focus on sustainability and delivers a line of clothing that is purposely unfinished with raw hems and the use of raw, untreated Italian silks and cotton canvases, which are treated with coffee and tea dyes for a natural, washed finish.

The brand's message is to celebrate the good in the world -- something highlighted via its anti-666 logo --  and it focuses on exploring the intricacies of conflict. Pieces such as the black flag hoodie, the matching T-shirt, and the messaging behind the use of harnesses and utilitarian designs further explore this. Take a look at all eight pieces from the WHO DECIDES WAR by MRDR BRVDO collection, and shop everything online now at SSENSE.

In other news, the French skateboarding brand Hélas has released its FW19 collection.

Click here to view full gallery at HYPEBEAST

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