Pakistanis yet again, feel so proud! Young Pakistani activist and the youngest Nobel laureate Malala Yousufzai has been chosen for Coldplay’s newly released Artwork and Documentary, ‘A Head full of Dreams.’
‘A Head full of Dreams’ offers and in-depth and intimate portrait of the band for the last twenty years from the backrooms of Camden pubs to selling out stadiums across the globe.
Coldplay has featured Malala in their new artwork and I feel so proud <3 pic.twitter.com/Q5EPL0ISLi
— Bushra Joyo-Gandhi (@filmyjoyo) November 28, 2018
Coldplay has quite often been influenced by the South Asians. Their chartbuster, Hymn for the Weekend, although featured Bollywood diva Sonam Kapoor and was shot in India.
Coldplay has almost sold over six million copies worldwide and has received mixed reviews from critics and was supported in five singles: Adventure of a Lifetime, Hymn for the Weekend, Up & Up, A Head Full of Dreams and Everglow.
“We wanted to make the album that we’ve always dreamed of.” Coldplay’s front man Chris Martin has given remarks in an interview about the newly released.
“It’s just like a dream come true, the whole thing. It was just time for us to make an album about hope, love and togetherness,” he added.
Although, the album has the most unique experience featuring the youngest Nobel laureate Malala Yousufzai, the album made in the direction of Mat Whitecross who is best known for Oasis’s 2016 documentary Supersonic, the film documents the first time the four friends met at college in 1996, before they’d even formed the band to their very first rehearsal in a cramped student bedroom.