The rock Coldplay has announced it will not be going on to promote its latest album because of the environmental touring might cause. It is business practice in the music industry for well-known artists to go on a tour to accompany a new album release. Concert tours are often money-spinners and can generate more profits than actual music . Coldplay has decided any concert tour would have a detrimental on the environment. Lead singer Chris Martin told the BBC news agency that: "We're taking to see how our tour can be actively beneficial." He added that the band wanted any tours to "have a positive impact" on the environment.
Coldplay band said they are taking some time off to look at on how they can tour in a more sustainable and environmentally friendly . Mr Martin said: "We're taking time to see how our tour can be actively beneficial....Our next tour will be the best version of [our last tour] environmentally. We would be disappointed if it's not carbon ." He asked: "How do we turn [touring] around so it's not so taking as giving?" The band's new album, "Everyday Life," was released on November 22. It reflects their about the environment. Coldplay will do a one-off for their fans in London. All of the proceeds from this concert will be donated to an environmental .