Coldplay Announces Date for New Double Album ‘Everyday Life’

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Grammy Award-winning band, Coldplay, has officially announced the release date of their eighth album, “Everyday Life”. Coldplay fans are in for an awesome musical expedition with a double album release from one of the most renowned rock bands in the world. On November 22, “Everyday Life” will be unleashed into the world via cassette, vinyl, Parlophone/Atlantic on CD and digital platforms. This 53-minute album of pure bliss is split into two halves, “Sunrise” and “Sunset”. The unique history behind the album’s cover art makes for an exciting body of work, based around a 1919 photo of guitarist Jonny Buckland’s great-grandfather’s band.

Take a peek at the tracklist below:

Sunrise

Sunrise

Church

Trouble In Town

BrokEn

Daddy

WOTW / POTP

Arabesque

When I Need A Friend

Sunset

Guns

Orphans

Èkó

Cry Cry Cry

Old Friends

بنی آدم

Champion Of The World

Everyday Life

500 lucky fans from all over the world received typed, hand-signed notes from the band, with primary details about “Everyday Life”.

 November 22 can’t come fast enough, as we await the highly anticipated album. In the meantime,  you can stream “Orphans” and “Arabesque”, one song from each half of the double album, with lyric videos. A vinyl single featuring both tracks is also available via Third Man Records. Thankfully, the “Orphans” music video premieres on October 25, at 8 am EST/ 5 am PST on youtube.

Be sure to catch Coldplay grace NBC’s Saturday Night Live stage on November 2nd for their sixth appearance as musical guests on the show.