July 22 2011 - Coldplay played one of their smallest gigs in year’s at London’s Roundhouse on Friday.
The band delighted fans at the Camden venue with a hit-laden set, which spanned their entire career.
Songs included ‘Yellow’, ‘God Put A Smile On Your Face’, ‘Fix You’ and ‘Shiver’, as well as the new songs ‘Major Minus’ and ‘Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall’.
Coldplay’s Chris Martin paid tribute to the audience for travelling to the free gig.
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