Chris Martin regrets “Mylo Xyloto” album title

In a recent interview with "Good Morning America," Coldplay frontman, Chris Martin, admitted that he regrets naming the band's latest record, "Mylo Xyloto."

On March 2nd, coincidentally Martin's 35th birthday, Coldplay appeared on "GMA" to promote their upcoming North American tour and perform new songs from "Mylo Xyloto" in addition to their classic chart-topping hit, "Yellow."

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During the show, host Robin Roberts questioned the meaning behind the mysterious album title, to which Martin slyly responded, "As it's my birthday, I'm going to opt out on that one."

However, he did elaborate on how he feels about the title's reception, saying, "It's just something that we thought looked really good but everywhere we go around the world people pronounce it in the most crazy ways and we're beginning to regret it now."

Just before the album's release, Martin compared the title to "a kind of mythical character signifying the wonder of artistic inspiration," in an interview with The New York Times.

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"Music comes from a place we don't know," Martin told the Times. "It sort of comes through the fingers and toes. So we came up with the idea of, what if you had musical digits, like xylo toes." As for the first word "Mylo," the frontman remarked, "It's just a great name, for anything."

Watch Coldplay perform their new track "Charlie Brown" on "GMA" and be sure to check them out during their upcoming stadium tour.

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