Stomper meets Coldplay bass player Guy Berryman at Dempsey, buys $220 T-shirt from his label

Submitted by Stomper Wei Sien

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Coldplay bass player and noted designer Guy Berryman held a meet-and-greet at Dover Street Market (DSM) Singapore in Dempsey Road on Jan 28 during 'Coldplay week in Singapore'.

The British pop-rock band, consisting of Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland, Will Champion, and Berryman, performed at Singapore's National Stadium as part of their Music Of The Spheres world tour.

They played on Jan 23, 24, 26, 27 and have another two shows on Jan 30 and 31. All six nights at the arena, which has a capacity of 55,000, are sold out.

Although Stomper Wei Sien did not snag tickets to one of their shows, he enthusiastically showed up for Berryman's meet-and-greet.

In a video he shared, screams and cheers from fans can be heard as Berryman approaches the retail store.

"I always listen to Coldplay's music on Spotify," said Wei Sien.

"I was very happy to meet up with Guy Berryman in Singapore.

"I managed to chat with him and told him I bought his T-shirt."

The Stomper bought the Love Is The Drug T-shirt from Berryman's label Applied Art Forms for $220.

At press time, the light ecru/blue version of the shirt is sold out and the charcoal/white one is only available in size L.