British band Coldplay has dropped an audio teaser of their first-ever collaboration My Universe with BTS ahead of their much-awaited release this Friday, September 24.

Sharing the high-anticipated audio teaser, Coldplay offered a sneak-peek to the lyrics with the peppy track in a tweet, “And they said that we can’t be together…” read part of that tweet.

On September 13, after months of speculation, British band Coldplay and South Korean music sensation BTS had finally confirmed they are joining hands for the single My Universe.

They had previously also dropped a teaser image and a preview video where the members can be seen jamming with each other.


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The little snippet shared of the lyric video opens with the visual of a pair of eyes upon a black background, followed by the verses “And they said that we can’t be together. Because we come from different sides. You are My Universe and I just want to put you first” written in a running font in iridescent colours against a stunning dotted black canvas.

ARMYs have also noted that the handwriting in the visualiser looks similar to RM’s handwriting!

Previously, Coldplay’s frontman, Chris Martin, shared on The Kelly Clarkson Show that the song is about someone being told they can’t love a certain another person because they belong to a different ethnicity or sexuality, among other reasons.

This joint single is composed and written by both Coldplay and BTS and produced by hitmaker Max Martin. The song is expected to feature lyrics in both English and Korean.

My Universe will be available in a limited-edition two-track CD, including handwritten lyrics by Coldplay and BTS. RM, Suga and J-Hope are even credited for their contribution to the track. For every purchase made on the Coldplay store of the album, there will be one tree planted, giving an even meaningful edge to the collaboration.

The single will be dropping worldwide this Friday, September 24 EST. The digital release will be accompanied by a CD single (Epiphane version), ahead of Coldplay’s upcoming studio album ‘Music Of The Spheres’, anticipating a release in October.

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