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Artist(s): Coldplay
Album: A Rush of Blood to the Head
Release Date: 24 March 2003
Genre: alternative rock, psychedelic rock
Lenth: 5:07- album version, 4:10 - radio edit
Writer(s): Chris Martin, Will Champion, Jonny Buckland & Guy Berryman
Producer(s): Coldplay & Ken Nelson
ⒸCopyright: ℗ 2003 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

About "Clocks" Song

"Clocks" is a alternative rock, psychedelic rock song by Alternative rock, pop rock, post-Britpop, pop musical band "Coldplay" from the studio album "A Rush of Blood to the Head". This song's duration is (5:07- album version, 4:10 - radio edit min) and available in 7-inch, 12-inch, CD, DVD, digital [mp3] format on music online shopping store Apple Music/iTunes & Amazon Music.

The song Clocks is written by Chris Martin, Will Champion, Jonny Buckland & Guy Berryman, produced by Coldplay & Ken Nelson and was released in 24 March 2003.

Continuing the existential themes of A Rush of Blood to the Head, "Clocks" opens with a haunting piano melody into Chris Martin's falsetto vocals.
The song concerns the paradox facing humanity: an obsession with time and punctuality versus a desire to savor every moment and "seize the day." The lyrics speak to this universal existential anxiety.
Several remixes exist of the song, and there are many samples of the piano riff used throughout the song. "Clocks" was well received by critics and even won "Record of the Year" at the 2004 Grammy Awards.

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Artist(s):
Coldplay
Coldplay

Genre: Alternative rock, pop rock, post-Britpop, pop

Music Album(s):
A Rush of Blood to the Head
Music Album: A Rush of Blood to the Head

Genre: Alternative rock,post-Britpop