Coldplay Arrives In Jordan For Everyday Life Album Release-cum-Livestream
This just in: Coldplay JUST arrived in Amman, Jordan for the much-awaited two-part performance to celebrate their newest music album, Everyday Life. After a long period of hibernation, the British band is back with a new album that will surely take our breaths away.
The performances that are upcoming in Jordan will be amazing but there is a back story behind them.
Coldplay posters and billboards were starting to resurface some time ago. It seemed like the band was teasing an upcoming album after a long hiatus since 2015 5’s A Head Full of Dreams.
Fans were also receiving postcards with the news of a new Coldplay album. In fact, 500 manually typed and hand-signed postcard notes were sent out by the band.
But the message is the sweetest bit. Here’s what it says:
dear friends, my typing isn’t very good, i’m sorry
i and we hope wherever you are you’re ok
for the last 100 years or thereabouts we have been working on a thing called Everyday Life
in the classifieds you might write “double album for sale, one very careful owner”
one half is called “sunrise,” the other “sunset”
it comes out 22 november
it is sort of how we feel about things
we send much love to you from hibernation
chris, jonny, guy and Will Champion esq
— Dan B (@danbullock) October 21, 2019
On October 22, the band confirmed the rumors and announced the release of a new double-album called ‘Everyday Life.’
In a cool, old-school way, the band even used classified ads in local newspapers in different countries, to share their tracklist.
“Trouble In Town”
“WOTW / POTP”
“When I Need A Friend”
“Cry Cry Cry”
“Champion of the World”
The band even dropped two songs “Arabesque” and “Orphans,” to let us enjoy some teasers.
Coldplay In Jordan
The band shared that they will be celebrating the release with a two-part performance in Amman, Jordan.
Similar to the double-sided album, and in line with their names- the British Pop Singers are all set to mesmerize in two-part performances called ‘Sunset’ and ‘Sunrise’.
Well, Coldplay is now in Jordan and rehearsals have begun to prep for the big day.
‘Everyday Life’ isn’t here yet, but it already seems iconic.. It’s sad that not all of us can travel to Jordan for the much-awaited Coldplay album.
But hey, the good news is we can catch a live broadcast on YouTube.