Coldplay’s Fifth Album Title and Release Date Rumored Around Internet

Coldplay has not revealed yet any details about their fifth album. This make public began to make rumors around internet, disscuss the album. This Most Anticipated Album of the year invited many people and media to make assumption and opinion. The top topic are about release date and the title itself.

Coldplay at Millenium Mills on the shooting of 'Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall' Video. Photo: Sarah Lee

The Sun (UK) in an article mention that Coldplay’s fifth album will be out on Oct 24, 2011. But, just rumors. Some said on Oct 28th.

There also a rumor said that the album’s title would be ‘Mylo Xyloto’. Maybe, this one is true, because on a previous statement, Chris said that the title would be two words, probably begin(s) with ‘M’. Another disscussion obviously reffered this with ‘MX’. NME magazine write that a fan has possibly discovered the album’s title after searching for information on their frontman on the ‘Performing Rights Society’ website. The member of coldplaying.com wrote:

I’m a member of PRS and (as a member) you can search their online database of registered songs. I typed in Chris Martin and looked at all the newly registered work under ‘Christopher Anthony John Martin’ and a song called ‘Mylo Xyloto’ was registered on 6th July 2011!

This is just rumors. You can trust it or not. But some reasons makes us to consider it. Please write your comment while we’re waiting until the official statement later.

Oh, wait. The band also premieres five new songs in their live performance on iTunes Festival: “Charlie Brown”, “Hurts Like Heaven”, “Us Against the World”, “Princess of China” and “Major Minus”,  and these are another confirmed song to the new album: ‘Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall’, ‘Moving to Mars’ and ‘Up With The Birds’.

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