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VIDEO: Young Autistic Coldplay Fan Cries at Mexico Gig

See the Moment Coldplay Moved This Autistic Boy to Tears At a Gig

When Coldplay recently played in Mexico City's Foro Sol stadium they probably predicted the crowd would go crazy for their hit song Fix You. But even those who didn't attend the concert are being exposed to a particularly special rendition of the tune thanks to a video gone viral.

Fan Luis Vazquez shared a clip of his son's experience at the gig, focusing on a particularly emotional moment during the track lead singer Chris Martin wrote about then-wife Gwyneth Paltrow after the death of her father.

The YouTube upload shows the little boy, who is autistic, overcome with emotion as his favorite track kicks in.

Despite wanting to dance along to the song with his family and the rest of the audience, the boy cannot help but put his head in his hands and cry at times.

The band even shared the video on their official page, commenting: "This kind of thing makes it all worthwhile. Hola Luis y tu hijo hermoso! Love."

Watch the clip to see what's taking over the Internet.

Image Source: YouTube user Luis Vazquez
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