Coldplay has been one of the biggest bands in the world for the past two decades, continuing to entertain at the highest level to this day.
As the British rock group prepares to release their collaboration with Korean boy band BTS titled My Universe, we reveal their 10 most streamed songs on the official Irish charts. See the Top 10 in full at the bottom of the article, but first, take a deep dive into the Top 3.
Despite Coldplay’s success in the singles charts to date, their iconic catalog runs through their new streaming successes, with fans often returning to revisit their big names. The groundbreaking single Yellow is a symbolic fan favorite that is still popular more than twenty years after its release. 8.9 million streams were recorded in Ireland – not too bad for a song that was arbitrarily named after the Yellow Pages phone book.
2. Long live la Vida
Coldplay has indeed arrived in the world with Viva La Vida, taken from their third of five Irish number 1 albums Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends. A number 1 success in the UK and US, Viva La Vida finished number 3 on the Irish coast. To date, the assault track has amassed 9.6 million streams.
1. Something like this (with The Chainsmokers)
Something like that, Coldplay’s collaboration with EDM duo The Chainsmokers, leads the way with 16.8 million streams. The first single from their EP Kaleidoscope, Something Just Like This was a genius move by the group, who took the upbeat, serotonin-soaked style of big hits such as Adventure of a Lifetime and Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall and composed it. up to 11 Something like that peaked at number 3, prevented from reaching any higher by Ed Sheeran by the time he took out his album.
#ChartFact: Coldplay has never had a number 1 single in Ireland! Their highest position in the charts is number 2, recorded by In My Place and Paradise.
Top 10 Most Listened to Coldplay Songs in Official Irish Charts *
|1||SOMETHING LIKE THIS||2017||3|
|2||LIVE LA VIDA||2008||3|
|7||A SKY FULL OF STARS||2014||3|
|8||ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME||2015||8|
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*Since the Official Charts Company started compiling official Irish charts in January 2017