After teasing the announcement in newspaper ads around the world and in cryptic posters and social media posts, Coldplay officially confirmed that they would release a double album, Everyday Life, on November 22nd. To accompany the news, they’re sharing two tracks from the project, “Orphans” and “Arabesque.”
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Both tracks were produced by the Dream Team, with Stromae providing vocals and Femi Kuti and his band playing horns on “Arabesque.” A video for “Orphans” will arrives Friday.
In addition to digital streaming services, “Orphans” and “Arabesque” are also available as a standard black and limited edition gold 7″ vinyl via Jack White’s Third Man Records.
Everyday Life will consist of two sides, titled Sunrise and Sunset, and feature a total of 16 tracks as revealed by newspaper ads the band put out earlier this week. It will be the band’s eighth studio album, following 2015’s A Head Full of Dreams. Last year, the band released a career-spanning documentary also titled A Head Full of Dreams, along with a concert film and live album on Amazon Prime Video. Coldplay also announced that the band would make its sixth appearance as Saturday Night Live‘s musical guest on November 2nd.
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