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Coldplay’s new music video for its album «Everyday Life» shot in Morocco

A scene from Coldplay's music video for its new album Everyday Life. / DR
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British rock band Coldplay released, Monday, the music video for its «Everyday Life», a single from its new album that bears the same title, Under the Radar Mag reports.

Directed by 23-year-old Canadian music and video director Karena Evans, the music video was shot in several locations, including Morocco.

Released, Monday, the video, which was also shot in South Africa and Ukraine, includes several scenes from a Marrakech’ Riad, old market and Medina.

The music video starts with two Moroccan dancers in a Riad, shows an old man praying on top of a roof in Marrakech’ ancient Medina and two ladies greeting in the Moroccan way.

The six-minute long video also includes scenes of children playing outside in the three countries.

For the record, Everyday Life is the eight studio album of Coldplay. It was initially released on 22 November.

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