Chris Martin delivered some good news and some possibly very, very bad news to Coldplay fans in a recent radio interview.

The singer made a pair of revelations in an interview Thursday (Dec. 4) with Zane Lowe of BBC Radio. The good news? He divulged the title of the band's next album, their seventh. The bad news? He hinted at the possibility that it could also be Coldplay's last.

"We're in the studio and I haven't told anyone this ... we're making an album called 'A Head Full of Dreams,'" he told Lowe. "It's our seventh thing and the way we look at it, it's like the last Harry Potter book. That's not to say there won't be another thing one day, but this is the completion of something."

OK, deep breath, Coldplay fans. While Chris acknowledged that they are thinking of the new album as an ending of sorts, he didn't say it will be their absolute last project ... right?! Why would Chris send fans into a potential panic then? Because he says he needs the extra push to try to make something special.

"I have to think of it as the final thing we're doing, otherwise we wouldn't put everything into it," he revealed to Lowe.

And there's more good news on the horizon. While Coldplay didn't tour for their recent sixth album, 'Ghost Stories,' there most definitely will be a tour to support the new one.

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