Coldplay publicarán una tirada de “Moon Music” con plástico de río

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Coldplay will publish a print run of “Moon Music” with river plastic

Coldplay They have announced a new job, “Moon Music”which will see the light next 4th of October. Now they announce that there will be a special edition of the album made with plastic recovered from a river in Guatemala.

The British Coldplay have announced that their new album, “Moon Music” will be released on October 4 by Atlantic and has been produced again by Max Martin, with whom they already worked on “Music Of The Spheres”. They have also announced that the first single from the album will be released this coming Friday and will be titled “Feelslikeimfallinginlove”.

Now other information is released, in this case related to the objective of those of Chris Martin of trying to fight climate change and the degradation of our environment. The NGO The Ocean Cleanup has worked with the group to shape a limited edition of “Moon Music”the “Notebook Edition”, which will be made using plastic recovered from the Las Vacas River in Guatemala by The Ocean Cleanup team.

The NGO has been fighting for years to ensure that plastic materials are not discarded in the waters of rivers and seas, for which they collaborate with many other associations, governments and private actors to achieve this. The manufacturing of this limited series of vinyls will be made with seventy percent plastic recovered from the river and thirty percent plastic from recycled plastic bottles.

Boyan Slat, founder of The Ocean Cleanup, points out that “Coldplay are an incredible partner for us and we are very excited that the plastic we have recovered will be used to bring to life ‘Moon Music’. Ensuring that plastic never returns to the marine environment is our mission and I am very excited to see how we can still innovate by working with Coldplay and others partners to eliminate plastic from rivers and oceans together.

Founded in 2013, The Ocean Cleanup has a team of around one hundred and forty people who, to date, have recovered more than twelve million kilos of plastic from the global maritime ecosystem. More information in

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