Coldplay has long been advocating for causes they believe in, and now they’re opening up about their work, helping deaf and hard of hearing people, with a concept of concert are able to enjoy what Chris Martin says was offered to him by Dakota Johnson.
The band is promoting an inclusive concert experience that includes offering Subpacks – a wearable, bass-delivered vest – for listening fans in attendance during The Music of the Spheres World Tour. during an interview with CBS Mornings In what aired Wednesday, Martin revealed that it was Johnson who first brought him to the idea.
“My partner, he said, ‘I gave you a Christmas present, a subpack,'” Martin recalled, referring to Johnson, whom he has been romantically linked to since 2018. “She said, ‘It’s like finesse. [Eilish] wears on stage when he is with Billy [Eilish], And it vibrates, so it’s useful for someone like Phineas to hear where the bass is on the drums.”
The band further explained that the subpack enables deaf and hard of hearing people to enjoy a concert by feeling the waves. Coldplay also offers interpreters at all of their shows, and fans enjoy the feel of them with these important additions to their concerts.
The group announced its partnership with Subpack in an Instagram post in May. “We want our live shows to be as inclusive and accessible as possible. For our d/deaf and hard of hearing guests, we are proud to provide the @subpac (wearable, bass-delivered vest) in addition to two sign. Every show interpreter in the language,” he wrote, adding that fans can email [email protected] to secure a subpack.
It should come as no surprise that Martin did not name Johnson when giving credit for the idea. Despite being together for more than four years, the couple remains extremely private.
In a December 2021 interview with Elle UKJohnson explained, “We’ve been together a long time, and we go out sometimes, but we both work out so much that it’s nice to be home and be comfortable and private.”
The two were recently seen together in New York City after Coldplay’s June concert at MetLife Stadium. In the pictures, the 32-year-old actress can be seen resting her head on the 45-year-old singer’s shoulder, with both hands wrapped around her.
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