[b]'Everything's Not Lost'[/b] will be the fourth single released after October's [b]'Trouble'[/b]...

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Coldplay are planning to release a fourth single from chart-topping debut album 'PARACHUTES', can reveal.

Bass player Guy Berriman told that 'Everything's Not Lost' was the likely candidate to follow the limited edition 'Shiver', their breakthrough single 'Yellow' and forthcoming 'Trouble' - itself not due until October 23.

"We're going to release 'Trouble', and there might be another one after that called 'Everything's Not Lost'," he said. "And we'll start writing a new album then."

Meanwhile, guitarist Jon Buckland is reported to have returned to rude health just in time for the band's sell-out tour of the UK, kicking off in Cambridge on October 2.

A serious viral infection had laid Buckland low at the beginning of September and prompted fears of concert cancellations.

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