Coldplay plans comeback

Coldplay are reportedly set to reunite next month to drop a surprise new album.

The British rockers will apparently release their first full length album since 2015's A Head Full of Dreams, with a source close to the band revealing they're plotting to release an "experimental" record this year, followed by a more mainstream album in the new year.

The insider told Britain's Daily Star newspaper: "The first album is the more experimental side of Coldplay, they probably won't tour until 2020 when the next one arrives."

The Chris Martin-fronted group followed a similar pattern with their past two releases, dropping the more abstract Ghost Stories a year before their 2015 effort, which produced the hit singles Adventure of a Lifetime and Hymn for the Weekend.

Mat Whitecross, who directed the Yellow hitmakers' A Head Full Of Dreams movie, recently told NME Martin had been in the studio working on music that would "surprise" fans.

"They haven't written a Kid A yet (Radiohead's experimental 2000 LP) where their entire fanbase goes, 'What the f**k is this?'" he commented. "They always want to be challenging themselves and surprising other people."

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