Chris Martin seemingly admitted on Good Morning America last week that they decided on the album title Mylo Xyloto because it "looked really good".
He then went on to add: "But everywhere we go around the world people pronounce it in the most crazy ways. And we're beginning to regret it now."
However, Martin has now clarified that his remark was a joke and that the band have no regrets over the title of their fifth studio album.
The singer tweeted: "No regrets at all about Mylo Xyloto as album title. We love it. Only regret attempting JOKE on early morning TV. CM."
Mylo Xyloto, which features their singles 'Paradise' and 'Charlie Brown', became the highest-selling record worldwide from a UK band in 2011.
Watch the music video for Coldplay's 'Charlie Brown' below: