Coldplay release Jay-Z collaboration and 'Prospekts March' details

The rapper appears on the forthcoming 'Lost!' EP

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Coldplay have re-worked their song 'Lost!' to feature a new rap by Jay-Z, and have announced the release date of their Prospekts March' EP.

The collaboration will be the lead song on the band's forthcoming digital EP, 'Lost!', set for release on November 10. The 'Lost!' EP will feature the album version of the song, plus acoustic, live and Jay-Z-featuring versions.

The Jay-Z-featuring version was recently recorded in New York. "We know him Jay-Z, he's an amazing supporter of Coldplay and a fantastic man," guitarist Guy Berryman told BBC Newsbeat.

Following the release of 'Lost! Coldplay will release an EP of new material, 'Prospekts March', on November 24 in the UK. It will feature eight new songs.

The EP will be available as part of a new album package, which sees it paired with the band's recent album, 'Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends'. Physical copies of the EP and the EP/album package will both be available.

The tracklisting of 'Prospekts March' will be:

'Life In Technicolor II'
'Postcards From Far Away'
'Glass Of Water'
'Rainy Day'
'Prospekts March'/'Poppyfields'
'Lost +'
'Lovers In Japan (Osaka Sun mix)'
'Now My Feet Won't Touch The Ground'


See Coldplay.com for the international release dates of the EP and EP/album combination package.

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