Coldplay's Chris Martin walked out of an interview with the BBC yesterday because he was 'not enjoying it'.

Martin was being interviewed for BBCRadio4 programme 'Front Row' with drummer Will Champion, when he asked to leave the studio.

Presenter John Wilson asked an 'uncomfortable-looking' Martin about a quote he'd made in 2005, saying that the band would "be away for a very long time", to which the singer replied "I always say stupid things and I think Radio 4 is the place that will most remind me of that."

When asked about whether the title of his band's new album 'Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends' reflected the band's apparent lyrical obsession with death, Martin replied: "I wouldn't agree with you there at all, no. I'd say you're journalistically twisting me into saying something I don't really mean."

He subsequently left the studio, saying that he didn't like 'having to talk about things' before returning for a final question which he answered monosyllabically.

Coldplay's new album is out today. Handy that, eh?