Coldplay Fans Receive Mysterious Letters Confirming Double Album!
Several Coldplay fans have received a golden letter in the mail today confirming not only a new album but a double album!
Coldplay fan @lena_tayara on Twitter received a letter from Coldplay this morning and posted it online asking if it was fake. Fans were quick to point out that the golden signatures on the letter looked authentic and the text style mimicked that of the band.
The letter contains several typos as it was written on a typewriter. Interestingly, 1919 was ‘the year of the portable typewriter’! The letter also contains the sun and moon symbols that we have seen recently.
The letter explains that the band have been working on a ‘thing called Everyday Life‘ for the last 100 years. It confirms that it will be a double album with one half called ‘sunrise’ and the other ‘sunset’.
The golden letter also confirms the November 22 release date and is about ‘how we feel about things’. The letter is signed by each member of the bands first name except drummer Will whos second name is included and capitalised with ‘esq.’ written under it meaning esquire.
Along with the signatures of each band member is an Arabic phrase that has also been seen on the black and white posters seen around the globe. The phrase reads ‘سلام و حب’ meaning ‘Peace and Love’ in English.
Coldplaying are predicting a new single this Friday with more teasers expected before then.