Coldplay has headlined seven tours across the globe, including its latest with 122 total stops

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Coldplay won’t be touring their new album anytime soon — and they’re sending “A Message” about climate change.

Frontman Chris Martin explained that the decision not to hit the road for Everyday Life comes after deciding that they want their tours to “have a positive impact” on the environment.

“We’re taking time over the next year or two to work out how our tour can not only be sustainable [but] how can it be actively beneficial,” the 42-year-old told BBC News.

Coldplay's Chris Martin sings onstage during a special performance hosted by Live Nation to benefit MusiCares, a charity of The Recording Academy, at Live Nation Live on September 29, 2016 in Beverly Hills California
Chris Martin
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“Our next tour will be the best possible version of a tour like that environmentally,” Martin continued. “We would be disappointed if it’s not carbon neutral.”

Martin said it would be the “Viva La Vida” band’s “dream” to host a solar-powered show with no single-use plastic.

“We’ve done a lot of big tours at this point,” he told the outlet. “How do we turn it around so it’s not so much taking as giving?”

The group has headlined seven tours, including their latest A Head Full of Dreams tour in 2016 and 2017, which featured 122 stops across the globe.

Jonny Buckland, Chris Martin, Will Champion and Guy Berryman of Coldplay perform onstage during the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show at Levi's Stadium on February 7, 2016 in Santa Clara, California
Coldplay performing at the 2016 Super Bowl
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The new globally green approach echoes the worldwide voices featured on the band’s newest album and single, “Champion of the World.” Martin told BBC News the album was inspired by the British news station’s reports regarding an Afghan gardener who coped with constant violence in his country and a Nigerian composer’s story surrounding leprosy.

“Journalism at its best finds these individual stories that reinforce our shared humanity,” he explained.

The album also features the French vocals of Belgian musician Stromae on the single “Arabesque.”

The tour revelation comes weeks after the band announced their new double album by sending typewritten notes to some of the group’s biggest fans.

“it is sort of how we feel about things / we send much love to you from hibernation,” the notes read in part.