COLDPLAY – ” Everyday Life “

Posted: October 23, 2019 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Coldplay will return in November with a new double album called Everyday Life. The band announced the news in a letter sent to members of its fan club. “One half is called ‘Sunrise’, the other ‘Sunset’. It comes out on November 22nd,” the band writes. “It is sort of how we feel about things.”

On Saturday (October. 19th), the band posted a cryptic five-second teaser to Instagram featuring an old-timey black-and-white photo of The Wedding Band & Dance Orchestra. As gentle orchestral music swelled in the background, “November 22nd, 1919” scrawled across the screen — the date of a solar eclipse seen by much of the world. (Earlier in the week, posters featuring the vintage graphic started popping up inexplicably around the globe.)

The band confirmed that the mysterious old-fashioned visuals pointed toward new music by sending fans typewritten notes directly in the mail on Monday (October. 21st). “Dear friends,” the note from Chris Martin and Co. reads, “my typing isn’t very good i’m sorry / I and we hope wherever you are you’re ok / for the last 100 years or thereabouts we have been working on a thing called Everyday Life / in the classifieds you might write ‘double album for sale, one very careful owner’ / one half is called ‘sunrise’, the other ‘sunset’ / it comes out 22nd november / it is sort of how we feel about things / we send much love to you from hibernation / Chris, Jonny, Guy and Will Champion, esq.”

A recent report described Coldplay’s forthcoming album as “arty” and “experimental” in nature. Also the band claimed that a more “mainstream” record would follow in 2020. It’s unclear whether Coldplay have simply combined these two records into one double release, or if they do indeed have more in store for fans next year.In anticipation, Coldplay updated their website and social media profiles with new branding. New publicity posters featuring an old-timey photo of the band and the date “November 22nd, 1919” have also been spotted in Berlin London,, Hong Kong, Madrid, Munich, São Paulo, and Sydney. The band also tweeted the image along with a brief snippet of music.Coldplay’s last album, A Head Full of Dreams, came out in December 2015. In the years since then, they’ve released a pair of EPs, 2017’s Kaleidoscope and 2018’s Global Citizen – EP 1, as well the Live in Buenos Aires live album and concert film.

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