Coldplay could doubly spoil his fans. While the album “Everyday Life” comes out this Friday, the co-president of Parlophone, the label of the group, reveals that another disc could be unveiled “as fast as possible”.
Just back, Coldplay is already preparing its future. After four years of absence, the famous English group will unveil this Friday “Everyday Life” , an experimental double album that mixes hymns cut for stadiums ( “Orphans” ), experimental titles ( “Arabesque” ) and intimate ballads ( “Everyday Life ” ). A collection of 16 titles, divided into two parts “Sunrise” and “Sunset”, designed as ” a reaction to ambient negativity “. “There are many problems but there is also so much positivity and so many great experiences to live. In a way, this album is about making sense of things, saying what we feel and what we see, “said Chris Martin on BBC Radio 1 . If the group announced its new project in an original way (posters in the subway, letters sent to fans and classifieds in the newspapers), Mark Mitchell, the co-president of Parlophone, also decided to tease the fans .
An album more “pop” imminent?
In an interview with Music Week , Mark Mitchell says another Coldplay album could soon see the light of day: ” There is nothing fixed at the moment, but we can say that there is a desire to another record to follow quickly . ” He explains that “Everyday Life” has ” arrived very, very fast “: ” They worked on other songs during the rest of the summer, so there are many ideas left out for this album, which they hope to follow as soon as possible “. Asked about the link between this record and “Everyday Life”, Nick Burgess, Parlophone’s other co-president, explains: “I do not think it’s twin discs. It’s really an album that the band had to get out of their system . ”
These words recall the first clues unveiled at the time of the return of Coldplay. A few months ago, a Daily Star reporter claimed that the comeback of the group would be double via the release of two albums: a first more ” experimental ” in the tradition of “Ghost Stories” and a second more ” mainstream pop ” just like “A Head Full of Dreams” . If the experimental opus is undoubtedly the “Everyday Life” expected this Friday, the pop record could see the day very soon. Case to follow!