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Entertainment Coldplay releases new lyrics via New Zealand newspaper

13:26  19 november  2019
13:26  19 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Coldplay has chosen a regional New Zealand newspaper to reveal the lyrics to one of their new songs. That one was signed off with 'JB' - guitarist Jonny Buckland . Another publicity trick Coldplay pulled ahead of the release of Everyday Life was announcing it to select fans with handwritten notes

Coldplay has announced the tracklist for their upcoming double album Everyday Life. An advertisement with the list of songs appeared in the classified The band confirmed the authenticity of the classified ad on Twitter, with guitarist Jonny Buckland noting that he once worked at the newspaper in question.

Coldplay has chosen a regional New Zealand newspaper to reveal the lyrics to one of their new songs.

The band's eighth album is being released later this week and one of its songs, 'Èkó', has had its lyrics revealed in the Otago Daily Times.

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A tweet from Coldplay's official Twitter account reads: "For those of you in the Dunedin area of New Zealand, you can find the lyrics to all of the songs from Everyday Life (out Friday) in Tuesday's edition of the Otago Daily Times. There's an excellent article on Buenos Aires' nightlife next to the 'Èkó' lyrics on p17."

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Coldplay released their first studio album, Parachutes, on 10 July 2000 in the United Kingdom via their record label, Parlophone. On 12 August 2011, Coldplay announced via their official website that Mylo Xyloto was the new album title, and that it would be released on 24 October 2011.[118] On 12

List of New Zealand newspapers for news and information on sports, entertainments, politics, jobs, education, lifestyles, travel, business, and more. Daily newspaper published in New Plymouth. The newspaper covering latest business, sports (cricket, football, rugby, etc), lifestyles, and more.

The message is signed off with 'PH', meaning Coldplay manager Phil Harvey.

The album's tracklist was unveiled in a similar way, with a tweet about a Welsh newspaper article in October. That one was signed off with 'JB' - guitarist Jonny Buckland.

Another publicity trick Coldplay pulled ahead of the release of Everyday Life was announcing it to select fans with handwritten notes, as well as putting up vintage-looking posters in places like Madrid, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, Munich and Berlin.

Coldplay's last full album, A Head Full of Dreams, was released in 2015.

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