Coldplay’s new album “Music of the Spheres” all set to release on October 15

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Coldplay has announced their new album “Music of the Spheres,” which is the ninth studio album is coming on October 15.

The band made this announcement about the Max Martin-produced album via Instagram through a handwritten note with an album trailer, that is a blend of animations leading to a cosmic journey through the album’s planetary artwork with short clips of 12 tracks that is in the album.

The band’s note had a put a thinking cap over the fans to predict at further sci-fi themes with a phrase ‘Everyone is an alien somewhere’.

Back in May band released the album’s first’s single, “Higher Power” followed up with another track “Coloratura” on Friday and a new single in September.

The band also opened up the entire album tracklisting five out of 12 tracks with an emoji.

🪐

Higher Power

Humankind

✨

Let Somebody Go

❤

People Of The Pride

Biutyful

🌎

My Universe

♾️

“Higher Power” was announced by the band through mysterious billboards pointing out to a weird-looking website called alienradio.fm. Fans still managed to decode the letter like symbols to know about the song title and release date. For “Everyday Life,” the band used a teaser campaign. From the visuals, we get to see a 1919 image of guitarist Jonny Buckland great grandfather’s band serving as the album cover.

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