Coldplay announce Music Of The Spheres album with five emojis on the tracklist

21 July 2021, 10:56 | Updated: 23 July 2021, 10:36

Coldplay have shared details of their next album. Picture: Press/James Marcus Haney

By Jenny Mensah

Chris Martin and co have announced the details of their ninth studio album. Find out when it's released and what we know so far.

Coldplay have shared the details of their forthcoming album.

Chris Martin and co have been teasing the follow-up to 2019's Everyday Life for quite some time and now they have finally given fans a taste of what to expect from the record.

Find out everything we know about Music Of The Spheres including its release date, tracklisting, sound and more here.

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What is Coldplay's new album called?

Coldplay's new album will be titled Music Of The Spheres.

When is Coldplay's new album released?

Music Of The Spheres is set for release on 15 October 2021.

What will it sound like?

The band have released an album trailer, giving fans a taste of what to expect each of the 12 tracks on their ninth studio album.

Coldplay - Overtura (Music Of The Spheres album trailer)

They also released their anthemic lead track Higher Power single back in May, which had its debut in space.

Watch their official video for Higher Power:

Coldplay - Higher Power (Official Video)

They've also unveiled the official lyric video for Coloratura, a reflective album track which gives namechecks to Galileo, Oumuamua and Betelgeuse.

Coldplay - Coloratura (Official Lyric Video)

What's the tracklisting for Music Of The Spheres?

The album tracklist has also been released, with five of the twelve songs also represented by emojis:

  1. *planet emoji*
  2. Higher Power
  3. Humankind
  4. *star emoji*
  5. Let Somebody Go
  6. *heart emoji*
  7. People Of The Pride
  8. Biutyful
  9. *earth emoji*
  10. My Universe
  11. *infinity emoji*
  12. Coloratura
Coldplay reveal tracklist for Music Of The Spheres
Coldplay reveal tracklist for Music Of The Spheres. Picture: Press/Coldplay

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