ColdplayMore big surprises are coming from melodic pop-rockers Coldplay. Today, the band released another new song, “Magic”. The track is another single off the band’s upcoming sixth studio album, Ghost Stories, which drops on May 19 via Parlophone/Atlantic Records. The album’s cover art and full track listing can be viewed below. The new disc will be the follow-up to 2011′s Mylo Xyloto, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 and #1 on the UK Albums Chart. The album produced five hit singles, including the smash “Paradise”, and garnered the band five Grammy Award nominations. The band’s two new singles, “Magic and “Midnight”, suggest the band is going in a more stripped down, alternative approach. The songs are quiet and transcendent, and give great promise for the rest of the record.

Coldplay are slated to perform at iTunes Festival at SXSW in Austin, TX on March 11Coldplay band alongside Imagine Dragons, Keith Urban, and more. Formed in 1996, Coldplay released their debut album, Parachutes, in 2000. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album and the BRIT Award for British Album of The Year. Since then, the band has won the BRIT Award for Best British Group three times. They have been nominated for twenty-five Grammy Awards, winning seven of them. To date, the band has released five studio LPs and sold over 60 million albums worldwide. – by Matt Bishop (Top Photo Courtesy of Ben Etridge, Bottom Photo Courtesy of Anton Corbijn)


Coldplay – Ghost Stories

1. Always In My Head
2. Magic
3. Ink
4. True Love
5. Midnight
6. Another’s Arms
7. Oceans
8. A Sky Full Of Stars
9. O

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