Chris Martin, the frontman of the rock band Coldplay, recently dropped shocking news about the future.

The 44-year-old revealed that Coldplay would stop recording new music by 2025.

The band planned to stop producing songs and focus on touring the globe.

This news caused mixed reactions on social media platforms, including Twitter.

Some fans were happy about the news, while others left nasty comments.

The "Yellow" singer's first album, "Parachute," was released in 2000.

Coldplay released their ninth studio album, "Music of the Spheres," in October 2021.

This album featured collaborations with renowned musicians such as Selena Gomez and BTS.

Throughout their career, Coldplay has achieved 30 Grammy nominations and multi-platinum-selling albums.