Coldplay have announced a double album called Everyday Life, their first full release in four years.
The two disc collection – comprised of Sunrise and Sunset – was confirmed in a physical letter sent to fans over the weekend, with the entire record due on 22 November. It follows 2015’s A Head Full of Dreams, which doubles up as one of the band’s most commercially acclaimed releases to date. Check out the letter and album artwork below, the former of which was shared by fan page ColdplayXtra.
It appears Coldplay may be announcing their new albums via letters to fans in the post!
"We've been working on a thing called Everyday Life for 100 years
…You might write double album… One half is called Sunrise the other is called Sunset.
It comes out 22 November"
— ColdplayXtra (@coldplayxtra) October 21, 2019
The news comes as Chris Martin and co. slowly started teasing the releases by means of billboards labelled ‘November 22, 1919’, with the group dressed as a twentieth century wedding band alongside two additional musicians. One teaser featured an abundance of mellow strings, alluding to a more stripped back first half and exuberant second.
Check out the original teaser below, and keep an eye out on Coldplay’s socials for the lead single very soon. The band are also expected to announce a string of European festival dates as early as next week.
— Coldplay (@coldplay) October 19, 2019