This is not an exercise
Coldplay has shared new music under a brand new band name, Los Unidades.
Fans wondered earlier this week Parlophones 'new signing' was actually the award winning band after the label had written a shaded image of the mysterious action on Twitter. The users pointed out that the numbers looked as strange as Coldplay.
The band also enjoyed tweet, while Coldplay Fan Account ColdplayXtra claimed to have discovered a legal trademark agreement listing the owners of Los Unidades like Chris Martin, Jon Buckland, Guy Berryman and Will Champion.
Now the first track from Los Unidades has been released as part of the Global Citizen EP 1 charity record, spoken by Martin. E-Lo's features Pharrell Williams and Jozzy – you can listen to it below.
& # 39; Global Citizen EP 1 & # 39; will be released Friday (November 30) and will contain a second track from Los Unidades. It will also contain such as Stormzy, David Guetta, Wizkid, and more. Revenue from the post will support Global Citizen's campaigns to end poverty and improve issues in gender equality, education, water and sanitation.
The full track list is as follows:
& # 39; Rise Up (feat Nelson Mandela) & # 39; – Stargate
& # 39; E-Lo (feat. Jozzy) & # 39; – Los Unidades and Pharrell Williams
& # 39; Timbuktu (feat. Stormzy & Jess Kent) & # 39; – Cassper Nyovest & Los Unidades
& # 39; Voodoo (feat. Tiwa Savage, Wizkid, Danny Ocean and David Guetta) & # 39; – Stargate & Los Unidades
Meanwhile, sources near the band have previously suggested that they are working on new material, with their friend and partner, Whit Whitney, who reveals that they are planning to return to the studio next year.
Having known the band since the university, Supersonic Director Whitecross has recently released "A Head Full Of Dreams" – a new film that tells the entire 20-year history of the band through up-close, personal and unseen recordings. "They are on a Sabbath day at the moment so they have been reckless on vacation for a year," Whitecross said. NME.
"They've never done that before. I do not know if you can call Chris a workforce because he loves what he does: he's in and out of the studio, writing three or four songs a day … this year they decided to take off. They have not done anything as far as I know, but they have plans for next year, but I have not been partying with them. "
Asked if he knew something about where the band plans to sound on its upcoming eighth album, Whitecross replied: "I've heard some things and filmed a few bits of those talking about it, but I do not think I'm is allowed to share something. It's interesting. "