Coldplay has shared the affecting visual for the title track off its latest album Everyday Life.
Directed by Karena Evans, who has also directed Drake's 'God's Plan', 'Nice for What', and 'In My Feelings', the music video sees the band performing in Ukraine, South Africa and Morocco, allowing viewers a glimpse into the immense beauty of the landscapes and cultures.
An explicit urge for love and humanity, the video opens with a voiceover that poignantly preaches, "Ubuntu’ is a Xhosa word. It means ‘humanity,’ direct translation. Basically, you’ll always need the next person. So one hand washes the other, the one hand does need the other to clean. You know what I mean? To help others, your brothers, your sisters. Even when they are strangers and you don’t know them, you are supposed to help them. That is Ubuntu."
Watch 'Everyday Life' below.