Coldplay Only Turned ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’ In Three Weeks Ago, Will Perform Songs Live For TIDAL Stream

Robbie Daw | November 6, 2015 12:58 pm
Coldplay's 'A Head Full Of Dreams'
Get all the details on the band's seventh studio album.

If you like what you’re hearing with new Coldplay single “Adventure Of A Lifetime” and are thrilled at the fact the song’s parent album, A Head Full Of Dreams, is out in four weeks, then you might be interested to know that the band’s label execs only got their hands on the LP a few weeks back.

In an interview with BBC Radio 1’s Nick Grimshaw, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin said the quartet handed the album in three weeks ago, according to NME. “It gradually moved later and later — but we came in relatively on time,” Martin said.

Coldplay’s previous album, Ghost Stories, was released in May 2014. It’s a relatively short gap between studio releases, considering prior to this, the band’s track record was about one LP every three years.

Meanwhile, on Friday, November 13, Coldplay will stage a concert, presented by KROQ, at L.A.’s Belasco Theatre, where they’ll showcase new tracks off A Head Full Of Dreams a full three weeks before the album’s release. The show will be streamed starting at 8:30 p.m. PST on TIDAL.

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