Coldplay unveil new music video for “feelslikeimfallinginlove”

Directed by Ben Mor, known for his work on Coldplay's Hymn For The Weekend featuring Beyoncé, the video stars actress, writer, and storyteller Natasha Ofili
2 July 2024
Coldplay - Photo by Anna Lee Webres
Photo by Anna Lee Webres


Following their triumphant Glastonbury set, Coldplay has premiered the music video for their new single, feelslikeimfallinginlove. The video, was shot at the stunning 2,000-year-old Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens. The audience for the shoot was invited via the band’s social media channels, adding an exclusive touch to the event.

Directed by Ben Mor, known for his work on Coldplay’s Hymn For The Weekend featuring Beyoncé, the video stars actress, writer, and storyteller Natasha Ofili. Fans of Netflix’s The Politician will recognize Ofili, the talented actress who brought Principal Karen Vaughn to life.

But did you know she was also the mastermind behind the video’s storyline and creative vision? It’s in the video’s depths that her original American Sign Language spin on the song comes to the forefront, adding an extra layer of depth and emotional resonance to the visuals. 

Additionally, the video features Deaf members of the Venezuelan Sign Language section from El Sistema Venezuela’s Coro de Manos Blancas (White Hands Choir), a renowned performing arts ensemble from Barquisimeto. The Dudamel Foundation lent its support to this cooperative effort. 

The video premiere follows Coldplay’s headline set at Glastonbury Festival, which received glowing five-star reviews . The performance, broadcast live worldwide by the BBC, is available on-demand here.

feelslikeimfallinginlove is the first single from Coldplay’s upcoming tenth album, Moon Music, set to release on October 4, 2024. 

The album is notable for its sustainability, with each LP made from 100% recycled plastic bottles (nine bottles per record). Fans can pre-order the album now on EcoCD, EcoRecord LP, and digital formats.

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