Coldplay release a new single ‘TROUBLE’ on October 23 through PARLOPHONE to coincide with their upcoming UK tour, nme.com can reveal.
The follow-up to the top five hit ‘Yellow’ is taken from the band’s debut album ‘Parachutes’ and features B-sides ‘Brothers And Sisters’ and an acoustic version of ‘Shiver’.
The tour will call at: Cambridge Junction (October 2) Oxford Brookes University (3) Leicester De Montfort University (4) Liverpool Royal Court (6) Belfast Ulster Hall (8) Dublin Olympia (9) Glasgow Barrowlands (10) Edinburgh Liquid Rooms (11) Newcastle University (12) Sheffield Leadmill (14) Manchester Academy (15) Leeds Metropolitan University (16) Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (18) Bristol Anson Rooms (19) Portsmouth Pyramids (20) London Shepherd’s Bush Empire (22 & 23)
Later on in the year, Coldplay will play a one-off show at London‘s Kentish Town Forum on December 18.
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The band will be accompanied on their autumn tour by Lowgold at all dates apart from London. Lowgold release a new single ‘Beauty Dies Young’ on September 18 through Nude Records, which is taken from their anticipated debut album ‘Just Backward Of Square’, slated for release early next year.