The skit begins with Martin holding a hitchhiking sign, looking for a driver to take him to San Francisco for Super Bowl 50, where Coldplay will perform this Sunday. After they both admit to not understanding the rules of American football, Martin does a Mick Jagger impression and breaks out a tiny electronic keyboard for a cover of David Bowie's "Heroes." Oddly enough, Corden doesn't comment on the song at all after Martin performs a few bars, and instead chooses to comment on Coldplay's name—a big missed opportunity to crack a joke about Bowie's refusal to hop on a Coldplay track. Oh well.
Later, the pair bust through a bunch of different Coldplay songs to tease the band's upcoming Super Bowl setlist, including “Hymn for the Weekend,” "Viva La Vida," and “Paradise." The skit ends with the pair resting at a motel for the night before having their car stolen, and the final karaoke moment happens with the two men belting out harmonies on a tandem bike on the way to the Super Bowl. Good times.