Coldplay will be releasing their new double album, Everyday Life, on November 22nd.
Coldplay will make a surprise return with a new LP at the end of November – AND it’s the first part of a double header.
The quartet are said to be repeating the success of their Ghost Stories/A Head Full Of Dreams releases by dropping an arty LP first ahead of a more mainstream pop collection the following year.
An insider spilled: “The first album is the more experimental side of Coldplay, they probably won’t tour until 2020 when the next one arrives.”
Rebecca Sun, writing at The Hollywood Reporter:
To director Jon M. Chu, the only tune that could fit the bill was Coldplay’s 2000 breakthrough single “Yellow.” Warner Bros. was concerned that the song’s title was problematic (the word has been used as an ethnic slur against Asians), but that’s exactly why Chu wanted it. “We’re going to own that term,” he told The Hollywood Reporter in an outtake from THR’s cover story. “If we’re going to be called yellow, we’re going to make it beautiful.”
Coldplay debuted a song they wrote called “Houston” at their show in Miami last night. The band said they wrote it while thinking about those impacted by Hurricane Harvey and that this’ll be the only time they play the song.