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Coldplay Release 5-Track Kaleidoscope EP-Tour Scheduled

Coldplay Release 5-Track Kaleidoscope EP-Tour Scheduled

Coldplay’s new five-track Kaleidoscope EP is out to download and stream worldwide today (the CD and vinyl versions of the EP will follow on August 4).

The band have also just premiered a new lyric video for Miracles (Someone Special), a collaboration with Detroit rapper Big Sean, which you can watch now at youtube.com/coldplay.

The EP was produced by the band’s long-term collaborators Rik Simpson and Daniel Green, together with Bill Rahko, and features a new live version of Coldplay’s hit single with The ChainsmokersSomething Just Like This, recorded in Tokyo in April. The full tracklisting is as follows:

  1. All I Can Think About Is You
  2. Miracles (Someone Special) – Coldplay & Big Sean
  3. A L I E N S
  4. Something Just Like This (Tokyo Remix) – Coldplay & The Chainsmokers
  5. Hypnotised

The EP is the sister release to the band’s acclaimed A Head Full Of Dreams album, which has sold more than 5 million copies since its December 2015 release. The four new songs were recorded in the band’s on-the-road studio during their A Head Full Of Dreams Tour, which reaches Paris this weekend for three sold out nights at the Stade de France.

The song A L I E N S was co-written by Brian Eno, and co-produced by Eno, Rik Simpson and Markus Dravs. All proceeds from A L I E N S will go to Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS), an international NGO which rescues migrants and refugees in peril at sea in the Mediterranean. The band are patrons of the charity.

The A Head Full Of Dreams Tour continues to North America for dates in August, September and October, before culminating with newly-announced shows in Brazil and Argentina in November. More than 4.6 million tickets have now been sold for the tour. For the full list of upcoming concerts, go to coldplay.com/tour.

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