The tracks are called Daddy and Champion of the World, and serve as the album’s fourth and fifth singles overall. They were released on Wednesday.
Daddy dropped alongside a visually stunning music video directed by Åsa Lucander and produced by Aardman Animations (Wallce & Gromit). The enticing feature also included puppetry from practical effects studio, Brunskill & Grimes.
While Champion of the World came with only a lyric video, it was written by Coldplay’s Chris Martin as a tribute to the late-Frightened Rabbit frontman, Scott Hutchison.
Martin, 42, utilized Colplay’s official Twitter account to write about Hutchison’s contibutions.
“Scott had a song called Los Angeles Be Kind, which I love,” he wrote.
“When I first heard it, I thought it was going to go one way; but it went another. Anyway Champion of the World is the song that came from following the other path, and that’s why Scott is a co-writer on this song.”
Martin also dedicated it to the fallen musician as a birthday present.
“Today is also his birthday,” he wrote. “So happy birthday, Scott, and thank you for your beautiful music, wherever you are.”
Coldplay’s highly-anticipated eighth studio album will serve as the followup to 2015’s A Head Full of Dreams.
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Everyday Life is now available to be pre-ordered through the official Coldplay website.
The 16-track record will be released by Parlaphone Records worldwide this Friday, Nov. 22.
Everyday Life tracklist:
Sunrise (Side 1)
3. Trouble in Town
6. WOTW / POTP
8. When I Need a Friend
Sunset (Side 2)
4. Cry Cry Cry
5. Old Friends
6. بني آدم
7. Champion of the World
8. Everyday Life