Coldplay announces album ‘Music of the Spheres’ arriving on October 15
Coldplay will never cease making the hottest hits. Seems like this time, they’re taking fans on an interstellar journey.
The British pop-rock giants recently announced a new full-length album, Music of the Spheres. Another upcoming track that will arrive on July 23, this Friday, is Coloratura.
Legendary producer Max Martin is behind the desk on the new set, which will launch on Oct. 15. Chris Martin and Co. shared the news through a handwritten note on their Twitter account. This is along with a cosmic album visual on YouTube, Overtura.
The forthcoming LP will span a dozen tracks. Five of which were teased with emojis. The tracklist comes as follows:
- “[Planet emoji]”
- “Higher Power”
- “[Sparkle emoji]”
- “Let Somebody Go”
- “[Heart emoji]”
- “People of the Pryde”
- “[Earth emoji]”
- “My Universe”
- “[Infinity symbol emoji]”
According to the band’s message, the aforementioned Coloratura arrives in days. Meanwhile, another new track will be available in September.
The note signed by Martin, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman, and Will Champion, reads:
“Thank you for listening, or coming to shows, or any way we have met through music.”
Music of the Spheres is Coldplay’s ninth studio LP. It serves as the follow-up to 2019’s double album Everyday Life. It led the Official U.K. Albums chart and peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard 200.
Coldplay remains one of the biggest bands to emerge since the turn of the century. They’re on a streak in their homeland, where each of their eight studio albums has gone to No. 1. Not only that—two singles have led the national chart.
In the United States, Coldplay has four No. 1 album, and a No. 1 single with 2008’s Viva la Vida. The band’s trophy room includes seven Grammys, nine Brit Awards, and nine Billboard Music Awards.
Checkout their handwritten note and other teasers below:
Love c, g, w & j 🪐 (and p) pic.twitter.com/XEJlt5XbE6
— Coldplay (@coldplay) July 20, 2021
Are you excited?