Natalie Imbruglia to release new Coldplay-aided album

Chris Martin and co have co-written three songs on the album

Natalie Imbruglia has announced details of her forthcoming new studio album, which features three co-writes with Coldplay.

The album, entitled ‘Come To Life’, will be released on October 5. It will be preceded by a single, ‘Want’, on September 28. The single is a Coldplay co-write, as are album tracks ‘Lukas’ and ‘Fun’.

‘Lukas’ was produced by Brian Eno, with Blur and Elbow collaborator Ben Hillier helming the remaining songs.


Imbruglia will play a gig at the London Luminaire venue on August 12 – which has sold out.

The tracklisting of ‘Come To Life’ will be:

‘My God’
‘All The Roses’
‘Wild About It’


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