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Entertainment Weekly


Coldplay's 'Kaleidoscope' EP out in 2017

James Marcus Haney

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Less than a year after Coldplay released their latest album A Head Full of Dreams, the band is back in the studio. Frontman Chris Martin posted a note on the band’s Twitter account on Monday revealing that they have new music coming out in 2017.

“Hello everyone, we’re working on some new songs for next year,” Martin wrote. “It’s called the Kaleidoscope ep. We hope you’re well, love cm.”

Coldplay’s last album A Head Full of Dreams housed two hit singles, “Adventure of a Lifetime” and “Hymn for the Weekend,” the latter which featured a guest spot from Beyoncé. Coldplay also headlined last year’s Super Bowl halftime show with cameos from Bey and Bruno Mars.

Martin previously told EW that Dreams felt “a bit like a finale, or a final scene,” but refused to contemplate the thought of breaking up or going solo. “If I ever [go solo], text me and say, Chris, you’ve officially lost it. That would just be awful. I need to be surrounded by people that can tell me to f— off.”