Coldplay – Everyday Life 
Coldplay Everyday Life Track List
After a four-year break, the legendary British rock band Coldplay gave its fans a long-awaited gift. On November 22, the eighth full-length double album “Everyday Life” was released, the standard edition of which contains 16, and the Deluxe Edition – 17 tracks. For the announcement of a new work, the first part of which is called "Sunrise", and the second – "Sunset", the musicians chose a very unusual way. Instead of advertising on social networks and a standard press release, the album track list was placed in a local newspaper among ordinary ads, while sending out letters to its fans indicating the upcoming news from the group on November 22. This information the very next day was published on its pages by many world publications. On the cover of the album is a photograph of 1919, depicting the great-grandfather of Coldplay guitarist Johnny Buckland. In this photo – the idea of the album, as if the musicians worked on it all these past 100 years. Everyday life full of chaos, victories and defeats. How to survive in it and remain a free man? About this – the title "Everyday Life", a completely new composition for the group that raises the problem of unity of people, concentrated in the refrain of "Hallelujah." Surprise was the release of the single "Arabesque", with the participation of Will Champion and Stromae. The unifying refrain “we are of the same blood”, a wind part, a rhythmic beat of an acoustic guitar, saxophone solo create an especially valuable, lively organic sound. As well as Chris Martin's vocals with a choir in the style of spirituals in the song “Orphans”, which call to find joy in life, leaving it behind itself. Strong emotions are caused by the deeply personal, touching track “Daddy”, which resonates in every heart. Summing up the group’s work in an interview on BBC Radio, Chris Martin said: “It's all about being human.” This album is an attempt to understand the essence of what is happening around and share your feelings and visions with listeners using musical images. On the day of the release of Everyday Life, Coldplay decided to present the entire album with two concerts in Jordan, a country where the band had never performed before. Three days later, fans had the opportunity to hear “Everyday Life” at the Natural History Museum in London.