Beyonce might not have been the only performer to seemingly embed political messages in the Super Bowl 50 halftime show on Sunday, with Coldplay joining her and Bruno Mars in concluding their performance by having spectators hold up rainbow-colored cutouts. Those placards collectively spelled out the words “Believe in Love.”

While AFP reported that Coldplay was paying tribute to the “1960s counterculture” in San Francisco, the host city of Sunday’s Super Bowl, others saw a more specific and pointed message embedded in the performance: one that backed same-sex relationships. Here’s how the Guardian’s Needham described the show’s finale: “Finally, the whole stadium held up a rainbow of cards, some spelling out the words ‘Believe in Love,’ perhaps also a sweet affirmation of same-sex marriage.” FULL REPORT