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16 December 2011, 13:13
The band filmed their promo for new single 'Charlie Brown' in warehouse surrounded by mass of bare-chested females.
Coldplay have enlisted the help of a number of topless girls to shoot their new music video.
The 'Paradise' band placed an advert asking for extras to feature in the promo, for forthcoming single 'Charlie Brown', and offered an extra £100 if any would appear topless.
Filming took place over three days in South London, and a source close to the group admitted response to the advert was overwhelming.
"There was a huge response. Of course there would be, it's Coldplay.
"The venue it took place in was a little chilly but, on the whole, everyone was well looked after. It was a long one though, starting from 9am to just before midnight over three days," they told The Sun.
The band's last video for single 'Paradise' featured the group dressed up in fur elephant costumes, and the source also claimed the new promo "is going to look brilliant once it's finished."
Coldplay are expected to perform their track 'Princess Of China' with Rihanna at next year's BRIT Awards on 21st February, 2012.