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Chris Martin wears inflatable body suit in 'True Love' video – watch

The track is the third single to be taken from 'Ghost Stories'

Coldplay have released a video for their new single 'True Love'.

The video – which features frontman Chris Martin wearing an inflatable body suit – was unveiled via the band's Facebook page and is the third single to be taken from their latest album 'Ghost Stories', which was released in May. Click above to watch.

Martin recently revealed that the band are already working on a new record. "We knew we wanted to make this thing called 'Ghost Stories', and then make something else," said Martin. "We have an idea, then we're gonna go on tour after that."

The singer also revealed that he hopes pop star Rihanna will appear on the album. The pair first collaborated in 2011 on the 'Mylo Xyloto' single 'Princess Of China.'

Asked if Rihanna will be on the next Coldplay album, Martin replied, "I hope so, yeah. I have a really nice song which... maybe, I hope so."

In May, it was announced that the group's song 'Magic' was the most-searched rock and indie song of 2014 on Shazam, a smartphone app that recognises what song is being played nearby before providing links to purchase the music from services such as iTunes.

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