Coldplay, Ghost Stories Tour. Live at The Royal Albert Hall | 02.07.2014
I was just about fourteen years old when I was introduced to Coldplay from Vitri. I remember the endless times I watched their music videos on TV because she would leave them on. And boy, did she lure the whole family to liking Coldplay. My most vivid memory of getting to know them is when I was falling for ‘Don’t Panic’.
Our comeback to London hasn’t brought us the right opportunity to watch a concert from any bands or artists. But after counting on the hopes of constantly typing cmd+R early last month, we didn’t realise we were gonna make it to Royal Albert Hall tonight.
I didn’t have much expectations, but this was beyond what I thought.
The fact that they performed ‘Don’t Panic’ and ‘Til Kingdom Come’ was emotionally heart-gripping, and made tonight beyond overwhelming.
Royal Albert Hall exploded tonight.
And to share this with thousands of people singing in one voice, dancing to the same beat, and raising our hands while jumping in sync was an incredible experience to be part of.
This was the release of all-galau-stress-mellow-excitement-ness that we needed.
But what made it most memorable is to be able to watch and accompany Vitri tonight, screaming her heart out. To be able to spend this night with her made it more worthwhile.