Chris Martin has revealed the time where Coldplay will stop making new music.
The English band's frontman believes 2025 will roughly be when they will finally exit the music studio for the last time.
They're still one of the biggest pop rock bands on the planet and are responsible for a hell of a lot of bangers over the years.
However, there comes a time for every group to decide when they want to stop.
Chris sat down with BBC Radio 2 presenter Jo Whiley for a chat about their future and he's hinted that they've only got three years left.
His interview will soon be broadcast in full, however the Beeb released a snippet.
"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," Martin said.
"Maybe we'll do some collaborative things but the Coldplay catalogue, as it were, finishes then."
While the news will be devastating for Coldplay fans around the world, Jo Whiley said it was difficult to tell how serious he was about that prediction.
The radio presenter said she was 'never quite sure if he's joking or being deadly serious'.
However, Martin's own statements back in October kind of stack up to the idea that Coldplay will soon stop making new music.
Speaking to NME, Chris said: "We're going to make 12 albums. Because it's a lot to pour everything into making them. I love it and it's amazing, but it's very intense too.
"I feel like because I know that challenge is finite, making this music doesn't feel difficult, it feels like, 'This is what we're supposed to be doing'."
"I don't think that's what we'll do. I know that's what we'll do in terms of studio albums."
The band released Music of the Spheres earlier this year that received mixed reactions from critics and fans.
It was their ninth studio album, which means they could still have three more albums to drop over the next three years before they're officially done.
The collection of songs performed better than their eighth delivery, Everyday Life, however that came off the back of their wildly successful A Head Full Of Dreams.
Fans will at least be comforted to know that the band still plans to tour every now and then, so you'll tell be able to cry to 'Fix You' amongst thousands of people.