In a postcard to fans, Coldplay confirmed the coming release of their new double-album, Everyday Life, set to arrive on November 22nd.

As the postcard reads,

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

The note from Coldplay seems to indicate that the forthcoming double album will feature two parts—one “Sunrise” disc and one “Sunset” disc. That particular line of the note seems to explain this image, which was posted to Coldplay’s socials last week, as potential album art:

As fans were receiving their postcards, the band posted an old-timey animation of a band called The Wedding Band Dance Orchestra along with the date November 22nd, 1919, indicating that the album will arrive 100 years after the pictured date, November 22nd, 2019. The forthcoming release will mark the British band’s first full studio effort since 2015’s A Head Full of Dreams.


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Stay tuned for more details about the new Coldplay double-album, Everyday Life. For more information, head to Coldplay’s website here [Note: For now, the Coldplay website just displays the moon and sun image shown above].

[H/T Stereogum]