Coldplay frontman Chris Martin has revealed how the band have come to regret calling their last album Mylo Xyloto, after finding that everybody seems to pronounce it in a different way around the world. Chris also admitted that there was no real meaning behind the name of the album, they just thought that it looked good when written down.
Martin explained, "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. We did take a gun and kind of shoot it right at our shoes [by calling it Mylo Xyloto]. It's just an attempt to... it just feels fresh to us, it's new. It doesn't mean anything except that album's music."
He added, "It sort of has a nice appearance to it, with all those 'o's. We had it on one of our many lists for about two years and, for all the other titles that were suggested, it kept winning." Coldplay recently admitted that they would not be taking their Brit Award win for granted, after they took home the Brit for Best British Group.