Coldplay's new studio album is titled 'Music Of The Spheres'.
British rockers Coldplay will celebrate their 25th active year together by releasing their ninth studio album (titled 'Music Of The Spheres') later this year (15 October).
The band revealed the 12-track album (of which, 5 of the songs are titled as emojis) via a handwritten note on Instagram.
A two-minute album trailer called 'Overtura', an animated clip featuring the record's planetary artwork and audio of all twelve tracks, has also being released.
"Hello everyone. We hope you're doing really well. We have a new album called 'Music Of The Spheres' coming out on 15 October, 2021," the band posted to their Instagram.
"It is produced by Max Martin. There is a trailer for the album called 'Overtura' which you can watch or listen to now if you like. Then on Friday an album track called 'Coloratura'.
"Our next single will come out in September. Thank you for listening, or coming to shows or any way we have met through music.
"With love, Chris, Jonny, Guy and Will (and Phil) aka Coldplay."
The Instagram post also included the cryptic message: 'Everyone is an alien somewhere.'
The first taste of 'Music Of The Spheres' was the '80s sounding, electro-pop tinged 'Higher Power' single released in May.
The band have collaborated with Swedish record producer Max Martin (Katy Perry, The Weeknd, Taylor Swift), the songwriter with the third most #1 singles on the Billboard 100 charts (Paul McCartney and John Lennon are first and second, respectively).