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25 September 2012, 15:25 | Updated: 25 September 2012, 15:34
The 'Paradise' stars will unveil their first concert film for nine years following the success of their latest world tour.
Coldplay have confirmed details about the release of a new live concert DVD, filmed on their 'Mylo Xyloto' world tour.
The 'Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall' stars admit they wanted to "bottle the incredible feeling" their fans have given them on the latest jaunt.
"The Mylo Xyloto tour has been the most fun we've ever had as a band," revealed Chris Martin. "Over the years, our crowd has become more and more a part of the concert itself.
"We wanted to try to bottle the incredible feeling that they give us, and hence our concert film."
The DVD was filmed during the band's shows at Glastonbury Festival 2011, the Stade de France in Paris and Montreal's Bell Centre.
Paul Dugdale – the man responsible for Adele's Royal Albert Hall live DVD – directed the new film, which is the band's first in nine years.
A trailer for the new film has also been released, where Chris Martin can be heard saying how he feels the band's 'Mylo Xyloto' tour is "the last kind of shackles being thrown off of being worried about what anyone thinks".
He continued: "I would love it if in 20 years I would look back on this and think that's when we started to become really good."
The frontman opens up about why he thinks the band can perform so well and admits it's not always been easy.
"We don't tell anyone all the darker side of things," he confessed. "We've been through all the break-ups and addictions and all that. But we have a chemistry that no one else in the world has so we don't mess with it."
You can watch the trailer to Coldplay's new live concert DVD below:
Coldplay will release their new live concert DVD on 19th November – which will coincide with the release of new single 'Hurts Like Heaven' on the same day.