Coldplay bassist Guy Berryman has been recalling his memories of the band's debut album - 20 years after its release.
Speaking exclusively to Kingdom FM, Guy - who grew up in Kirkcaldy - says it feels like he has lived "a thousand lifetimes" since Parachutes came out in July 2000, to critical acclaim.
Led by single Yellow, which 42-year-old Guy describes as a "life-changing moment", it has gone onto sell more than eight million copies.
The album, and the records that followed, helped Coldplay become one of the world's biggest artists.
Their last tour, in support of album A Head Full of Dreams, took in more than $500 million - making it one of the highest-grossing global tours of all time.
The band have put a halt to touring, despite releasing their latest album Everyday Life in November, over concerns about the environment.
In our video above, Guy tells Kingdom FM head of news Bryan Copland his memories of his childhood in Fife, his thoughts on the impact of Parachutes and when we can expect to see the band back on the road again.