As Coldplay closed Glastonbury Festival earlier tonight (June 26) after their fourth appearance at Worthy Farm, their headlining set was marked with a tribute to Viola Beach whose four members and manager died in a car crash in February.
"We as a band thought that was the worst," Chris Martin told the crowd. "We are going to create Viola Beach’s alternate future for them, and let them headline Glastonbury for a song."
Coldplay then performed their cover of 'Boys That Sing', as footage of the band played on the big screens behind them.
Bursting with pride. Tonight the @Viola_Beach boys' music made it to the greatest stage of them all https://t.co/Bnzb9FAkxU— BBC Introducing (@bbcintroducing) June 26, 2016