Orphans and Arabesque are the first two pieces of new music to come from Chris Martin and co. since 2015’s A Head Full of Dreams, and they mark the first releases taken from next month’s Everyday Life.
The tracks were unveiled by BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac, who called with Martin during last night’s evening show. While Orphans follows a more conventional route, Arabesque takes the experimental crown by combining drawn out sax solos with flowing tempos and a significantly lower vocal register from Martin.
Both tracks find themselves on Everyday Life, the new double album due 22 November via Warner. Find its tracklist, divided over two discs, 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