You’ll have to wait until sometime in the fall to hear Coldplay’s fifth studio album, from which the Moose is currently playing the first single “Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall”. I thought this was pretty cool though, tomorrow night (June 25th) VH1/Palladia will provide you with a look at “Coldplay-Live From Glastonbury”. This will be the first time in the festival’s 41-year history that a full concert will be broadcasted on U.S. television.

VH1 and Palladia (MTV Networks’ high-definition music channel) will exclusively air the concert tomorrow night at 8 pm (Mountain Time). 6 years since Coldplay’s last performance on the famous Pyramid stage, one of the world’s best selling music artists take it again to feature new music (including the single “Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall”) as well as a host of classic tracks.

VH1/Palladia is offering up a front row seat on Saturday, June 25th for an historical evening of music. You don’t want to miss “Coldplay-Live From Glastonbury”! VH1 is available in 98 million households in the U.S. You can always connect with VH1 at www.vh1.com.