Its soon coming up to Coldplays 20th anniversary, and it sounds as though theyll be celebrating with a very special present for their fans.
Over the past two decades the boys have been secretly working on a documentary together, which will finally come to the big screens on 14 November.
Earlier this week, the band revealed the title of the production: A Head Full Of Dreams, while announcing the news to their 9.8million Instagram followers.
Sharing a trailer, they wrote in the caption: Next month, Coldplay will release a new documentary called A Head Full Of Dreams, which charts their two decades together so far.
It is directed by Mat Whitecross, whos been filming the band since their very first rehearsal. #AHFODfilm will stream exclusively on #PrimeVideo from 16 November.
They continued: It will also be in cinemas worldwide on 14 November. #Coldplay.
How this was kept under wraps we have no idea – but it sure looks amazing.
The trailed kicks off with a young Chris Martin chatting into the camera and joking about how big Coldplay will one day be.
He says: I think that Coldplay are just going to go on to be such a huge band.
Guy, Will, John and Chris. Dont you forget them.
He then runs off into a field with his band mates before shouting: Theyll be massive, absolutely huge.
Little did he know then just how big Coldplay would be, but the trailer sure lets people know, as it then goes on to show the boys performing to a sold out stadium.
In the background their number one hit Fix You can be heard playing as Chris says: The truth is, without the other three, each of us would be screwed.
Fans were quick to comment on the video and expressed their excitement for the documentary.
One wrote: Omg Coldplay is the BEST in my heart forever! I just couldnt stop myself crying while watching this video.
Another added: And now you are the best band in the history thank you for being with us this last 20 years.
Someone else commented: This just makes me cry. #bestbandintheworld Forever.
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