Coldplay Honour Late Band Viola Beach At Glastonbury | Music News
Chris Martin paid tribute to late indie-rockers Viola Beach earlier this evening by letting them ‘headline’ Glastonbury, if only for a song. The band – made up of Kris Leonard, River Reeves, Tomas Lowe and Jack Dakin – died alongside manager Craig Tarry after their car plummeted from a bridge in Sodertalje, Sweden, during a tour back in February.
Replacing their cover of David Bowie’s “Heroes” with the young band’s “Boy’s That Sing”, the famous four-piece were briefly able to give these talented musicians a moment they would have all dreamt about. To view their moving rendition, look below:
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