Love 'em or loathe 'em, you can't deny that this was a really, really nice thing for Coldplay to do.
Chris Martin and co. headlined the final day of Glastonbury 2016 last night, and during their set paid tribute to Viola Beach - the young English band who died in a tragic car accident in Sweden earlier this year.
The Coldplay frontman drew parallels between his band and theirs, saying that he wanted to create an 'alternative future' for them by allowing them to 'headline' Glastonbury for a song, which he claimed may have happened in another twenty years, if things had been different.
During Coldplay's set, they also brought Bee Gees man Barry Gibb out for a cover of 'Staying Alive' and Glasto founder Michael Eavis out to sing 'My Way' - but watch their emotional cover of Viola Beach's 'Boys That Sing' below:
— BBC Introducing (@bbcintroducing) June 26, 2016