Coldplay Debuts New Single 'A Sky Full of Stars'


Coldplay Debuts New Single 'A Sky Full of Stars'
The new track serves as the second single off the British band's upcoming 'Ghost Stories' album.


Coldplay premiered their next single called "A Sky Full of Stars" on Tuesday, April 29. Following up "Magic", the track serves as the second cut taken from their upcoming "Ghost Stories" album.

This new upbeat and club-friendly song sounds like Coldplay in their "Viva La Vida" era. Vocalist Chris Martin can be heard singing his lines over the beats produced by EDM powerhouse Avicii.

The potential hit "A Sky Full of Stars" will be available for purchase starting on Friday, May 2, a day before Coldplay appears as a guest performer on "Saturday Night Live". Meanwhile, their "Ghost Stories" will hit the stores on May 19.

Earlier this week, Coldplay announced that they would hide the lyrics of "Ghost Stories" songs in ghost story books kept in nine libraries across the world. One of the lyric sheets, which were all handwritten by Martin, even includes a "Golden Ticket" for a free trip to see Coldplay at Royal Albert Hall on July 1.

The band is now posting clues on Twitter regarding the locations of the lyric sheets. Some of the lyrics, including one with the "Golden Ticket", have reportedly been found.



© AceShowbiz.com


MORE FROM NEWS
Leave a Comment

Required fields are marked with *

  random image 
TODAY'S HEADLINES
  1. Report: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Engaged
  2. Miranda Lambert Is Tired of Being 'Painted as the Villain' in Blake Shelton Split
  3. Salma Hayek Shows Off Her Bikini Body, Looks Banging at 50
  4. Tom Cruise Injured Doing Dangerous Stunt on Set of 'Mission: Impossible 6'
  5. Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Write Love Songs for Each Other
  6. Teen Choice Awards 2017: 'Beauty and the Beast' Edges Out Competition in Movie Field
  7. 'Ant-Man and The Wasp' New Set Photo Reveals Scott Lang's New Job
  8. Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Reunite for Pizza Party With Kids
  9. First Look at Brie Larson in 'Captain Marvel'
  10. 'Annabelle: Creation' Creeps Its Way to Top Spot at Box Office