Despite being well past their prime, esteemed British rockers Coldplay still maintain their relevance. What’s their secret? Do they take performance-enhancing drugs? Or does Paul McCartney secretly write all their songs? The answer is weirder than you’d like. The circulating theory is that the band are aliens from some far-off universe. Furthermore, they’re supported by crypto technology. Now let’s sit back and watch the author try to explain this one.
PROOF THAT COLDPLAY IS BAN OF CRYPTO ALIENS
Do you really need much proof that Coldplay is actually a band of crypto alien creatures? You can tell just by looking at him. But since this is a source of hard-hitting journalism, let’s dig into the facts. In 2017, the band released a song on their newly released album called ALIENS. Coincidence? We think not. Just watch the video and make a decision for yourself. You can tell it’s not human music. If it was human music, then it would be good. Unfortunately for them, it’s not good. It sounds like it was made by, well, aliens. Alright, so where does crypto come into all of this?
COLDPLAY AHEAD OF THEIR TIME; CRYPTO ALIENS?
2018 is the year of crypto but Coldplay was experimenting with it before it was even cool. Back in 2015, the band, along with other top names in pop music starting shaking hands with Bitcoin-accepting businesses. Premier Studio’s in NYC happens to be one of them. At first glance, this music studio looks just like any other but there is one big twist. They use cryptocurrency as a form of payment. That leads one to believe the music industry is moving in a different direction. Who knows if aliens had something to do with it? In a few years, it won’t matter. Why? Because the music industry will be completely crypto crazy.
THE NEXT COLDPLAY WON’T BE CRYPTO ALIENS
In the near future, humans will regain control of the music industry. All joking aside, The lyrics to Coldplay’s song “Aliens” references the benefit of technology to make the world a more peaceful and just place. Were the talking about crypto? Probably not but it’s the reality. With platforms like YouToken and other blockchain based projects, musicians can accomplish their dreams. Furthermore, they can keep the rights to their music and fund their creativity in new ways. It all sounds beautiful but unfortunately, we’ll still have to listen to bands like Coldplay in the future