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Coldplay have dropped the first two tasters of their eighth album, 'Everyday Life'

The album is previewed by two new tracks, 'Orphans' and 'Arabesque'.
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Published: 10:05 pm, October 24, 2019
Coldplay have dropped the first two tasters of their eighth album, 'Everyday Life'

Coldplay have dropped the first two tasters of their eighth album, 'Everyday Life'.

Set for release on22nd November, the record will be divided into two halves: 'Sunrise' and 'Sunset'. They're previewed by two new tracks, 'Orphans' and 'Arabesque', which you can check out below.

A 7" single featuring both new tracks can also be purchased via Third Man Records, with a music video for 'Orphans' debuting tomorrow at 1pm UK time.

The album’s track listing - unveiled via classified ads in the hometown newspapers of Coldplay’s members (in Flintshire, Exeter, Southampton and Fife) - is as follows:

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

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