Coldplay frontman Chris Martin has revealed that he doesn't plan to create another Christmas song with the band.

It wouldn't occur "unless something naturally happens” he told Jo Whiley on her Radio 2 show.

Back in 2010 the band released what is currently their only festive single, titled 'Christmas Lights'.

Coldplay also wrote a Christmas track for pop star Kylie Minogue in 2015 called Every Day’s Like Christmas, but the singer admitted he did not think “anyone really liked it”.

Speaking further on the possibility of his own band writing another one he said: "No… I feel like for us we did one and we really love it, unless something naturally happens.

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"We wrote a Christmas song for Kylie, but I don’t think anyone really liked it…. I don’t think it was a dud, but one of those ones that went by the wayside… I don’t think it caught anyone’s imagination, which is fine.”

When will Coldplay stop creating their own music?

The 44-year-old also dropped the news that the band were unlikely to produce any new music after 2025, aside from potential collaborations with other artists.

He added: "Well I know I can tell you: our last proper record will come out in 2025 and after that I think we will only tour.

“Maybe we’ll do some collaborative things but the Coldplay catalogue, as it were, finishes then.”