October 19, 2011 8:36

Coldplay tease new album 'Mylo Xyloto' ahead of official release date - video

Band also upload clip for new single 'Paradise'

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Coldplay have announced plans to stream one song a day in the build up to the release of their forthcoming album 'Mylo Xyloto'.

The week of free songs kicked off yesterday (October 18) on iTunes with their Rihanna collaboration 'Princess Of China', which first surfaced online two days ago (October 17).

The four-piece will continue to stream tracks from their fifth studio album every day until its release date on October 24. The official video for single 'Paradise' has also been posted up online. Scroll down and click below to view it.

Coldplay are also making a series of appearances on US TV shows this week, kicking off with The Colbert Report report tonight, Today on Friday (October 21) and The Ellen DeGeneres Show on October 27.

Meanwhile, the band are inviting fans to build their own custom butterfly for a live music video shoot in Madrid on October 26. For more information go to Amexunstagedcoldplay.com.

They will tour the UK in December, playing three arena shows. You can watch a compilation video of the 10 best Coldplay tracks by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.


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