British rock band Coldplay have officially announced their ninth studio album, ‘Music of the Spheres’. The 12-track LP produced by pop hitmaker Max Martin will be released on October 15th this year. Popular band led by singer Chris Martin announced their new album on Instagram on Tuesday with a handwritten note along with the album’s trailer, which combines an animated cosmic journey through the album’s Planetary artwork and short clips from the album’s 12 tracks.
The caption read: “Music Of The Spheres. New album, October 15, 2021. Available in advance (in two links). #Musicofthespheres”.
The group’s notes seem to refer to more science fiction topics, with the phrase “They’re all strangers somewhere”.
In May, the band released the album’s first single, ‘Higher Power’, and will continue with another color on Friday, ‘Coloratura’ and a new single in September, Variety reported.
The band has also revealed the full tracklist of the album, with five of the twelve tracks represented by the emojis. Some tracks include ‘Humankind’, ‘Let Somebody Go’, ‘Biutyful’ and ‘My Universe’. The group announced “Higher Power” through cryptic ads around the world pointing to a mysterious website called alienradio.fm.
Fans were able to decipher the letter-like symbols to find the song’s title and release date. Well-known British bands have not announced plans for the tour, but will perform on September 25 as a 24-hour event on the Global Citizen Live program.
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Coldplay is one of the largest bands formed since the turn of the century. The group’s Trophy Room includes seven Grammys, nine Brit Awards and nine Billboard Music Awards.