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Coldplay Celebrates History of American Immigrants in 'Miracles (Someone Special)' Video

A scene from the lyric video for "Miracles (Someone Special)" by Coldplay and Big Sean.
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A scene from the lyric video for "Miracles (Someone Special)" by Coldplay and Big Sean.

Coldplay shared the official lyric video for their new song "Miracles (Someone Special)" featuring Big Sean off their new EP Kaleidoscope. The five-track EP was released July 14 and also features a Tokyo Remix of their Billboard Hot 100 top five hit with The Chainsmokers, "Something Just Like This."

Featuring historical photos of immigrants from the 19th and 20th centuries, the new video has an important message about the long history of America welcoming immigrants from across the world. In picture frames and a photo album, the people photographed are brought to life in a live photo style, beautifully capturing America's diversity. 

The video was directed by Ben Mor, who the group had previously worked with on their "Hymm For The Weekend" video, featuring Beyonc√©. The band will be on the North American leg of their A Head Full Of Dreams Tour until November, when they will head to Brazil and Argentina. 

Watch the "Miracles (Someone Special)" video below: 

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