More details have been revealed by Coldplay regarding their fourth studio album which is due 2008.
A brighter end has come upon Coldplay's fourth studio album. The British band has posted on their official website several 'probably' songs to be molded into a CD which is due next year.
The post read: "Expect a short, concise record with no fat and at least two top-division songs released independently. We're still a few months from finishing but already the arguments about track listing have begun."
With the statement the band make sure fans will know that the follow up of 2005's 'X&Y' will be as short as approx. 42 minutes in length and contain 9 tracks only. The album was recorded in Barcelona, Spain where the band admitted to be very "inspired" with "the sights, sounds, and flavors of Latin American and Spain."
Tentative tracks in Coldplay's 2008 album:
- "Cemeteries of London"
- "Violet Hill"
- "Poppy Fields"
- "Rainy Day."