Coldplay have confirmed that their fourth studio album will not be called "Prospekt" and that it should be done in a month or so.
Speculations that Coldplay will release their fourth studio album under the title "Prospekt" have been slammed by the band on their official site. No new title have been suggested either but they confirmed that the work is drawing closer to completion.
"Mixing has been slow and painstaking but that's just the nature of the beast. So... give us another month or so and we might just have an album worthy of your patience," the band wrote. The album needs ten more mixes and a re-recording of a complete song, the band further revealed.
Coming with the update is the revelation of two titles that they had recorded before Christmas 2007. "In times gone by I would have set aside a month to re-record a track. However, the week before Christmas we recorded two tracks in four days - 'Lovers In Japan' and 'Strawberry Swing'," the band added.
The Brian Eno-produced album will follow up the successful 2005 record, "X&Y".