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[GUESS] When will the next LP be released?  

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  1. 1. [GUESS] When will the next LP be released?

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Ok, thank you for the explanations Gideon. But they have a small link indirectly. For others points (london, etc), I am always dubitative.

 

 

 

Same here, the comment was really explicit and was removed quickly. It was not strange like the messages on poster : they plan to put an 30 secondes audio clip but they do not know yet on which of the 3 titles. It's very marketing

 

It said something about 30 second clips? Do tell.

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For remember, the code say:

 

Trouble In Town (30s, acoustic, in-studio performance from Chris and Guy ) 360 ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE ON THE AMMAN CITADEL (1 NEW SONG, Orphans, Daddy or Everyday Life)

 

You can see "30s, acoustic, in-studio performance from Chris and Guy"

 

In this code i read "Trouble In Town album, a 360 acoustif performance on the Amman citadel. Clip of 30s of Orphans, Daddy or Everyday life). That's my opinion ;)

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So you think Trouble in Town could be the album name ? That's intriguing, I've ever only heard it being referred to as another song.

 

I wonder if those titles are actual track titles or placeholder titles. Orphans and Daddy sound very political but also very blatant to me if they end up being real titles (war, conflict, refugees, children...)

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For remember, the code say:

 

Trouble In Town (30s, acoustic, in-studio performance from Chris and Guy ) 360 ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE ON THE AMMAN CITADEL (1 NEW SONG, Orphans, Daddy or Everyday Life)

 

You can see "30s, acoustic, in-studio performance from Chris and Guy"

 

In this code i read "Trouble In Town album, a 360 acoustif performance on the Amman citadel. Clip of 30s of Orphans, Daddy or Everyday life). That's my opinion ;)

 

Thanks for that :) Interesting titles. I never expected a Coldplay song titled "Daddy." What do I know?

 

Edit: I think it's possible I Ran Away is right that they're placeholders.

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Throwback to another Chris and Guy in-studio acoustic performance that was used as a teaser:

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For remember, the code say:

 

Trouble In Town (30s, acoustic, in-studio performance from Chris and Guy ) 360 ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE ON THE AMMAN CITADEL (1 NEW SONG, Orphans, Daddy or Everyday Life)

 

You can see "30s, acoustic, in-studio performance from Chris and Guy"

 

In this code i read "Trouble In Town album, a 360 acoustif performance on the Amman citadel. Clip of 30s of Orphans, Daddy or Everyday life). That's my opinion ;)

If these 3 are real song titles on the new record, Life Is Beautiful could/should be on it somewhere as well!

I really hope it is.

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Throwback to another Chris and Guy in-studio acoustic performance that was used as a teaser:

Yes, and 12 videos of youtube can be multiples short teasers

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First of all - Hello everybody (as this is my first post). It's a pleasure to join you in such a hot-time :)

I thought like joining the discussion of the HTML comment deleted from the source code that you guys wrote about above. Actually there are plenty of ways to discuss it. First of all, would it be possible to make such a foolish mistake... Or, if it was a mistake at all? Whatever the reason is, there is one more interesting aspect of how we can read it.

The "siteInner" element is kind of contect of the website (the main content). Web devs will know what I mean. I have been doing some hobby websites in the past. That suggest they commented-out kind of placeholder for the actual content which is not meant to be yet there. Anyway, my point is - if this is a snippet, then we can treat it also in the following way:

 

Trouble In Town (30s, acoustic, in-studio performance from Chris and Guy )
360 ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE ON THE AMMAN CITADEL (1 NEW SONG, Orphans, Daddy or Everyday Life)

 

I would treat the first line and the second line separately as 2 different things. Trouble in Town would go for 30 seconds acoustic teaser or whatever else it is. So that would be a short audio, video etc. Second line is more interesting. The 360 could be treated as 360 degrees video (you are able to look around, like in the feature that YouTube or Facebook uses on pictures and videos). The "Orphans, Daddy or Everyday Life" would mean that they actually didn't know which song will be performed so devs said like "yeah, we will put here one of these things, whatever the band decides to scream out to the world of the Amman Citadel). So honestly I doubt there is actual album name hidden in this. However, the 360 line is definitely interesting and we might have hope for something special. Maybe not a live performance but possibly a new way of giving a birth to the new content :grinning:

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First of all - Hello everybody (as this is my first post). It's a pleasure to join you in such a hot-time :)

I thought like joining the discussion of the HTML comment deleted from the source code that you guys wrote about above. Actually there are plenty of ways to discuss it. First of all, would it be possible to make such a foolish mistake... Or, if it was a mistake at all? Whatever the reason is, there is one more interesting aspect of how we can read it.

The "siteInner" element is kind of contect of the website (the main content). Web devs will know what I mean. I have been doing some hobby websites in the past. That suggest they commented-out kind of placeholder for the actual content which is not meant to be yet there. Anyway, my point is - if this is a snippet, then we can treat it also in the following way:

 

Trouble In Town (30s, acoustic, in-studio performance from Chris and Guy )
360 ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE ON THE AMMAN CITADEL (1 NEW SONG, Orphans, Daddy or Everyday Life)

 

I would treat the first line and the second line separately as 2 different things. Trouble in Town would go for 30 seconds acoustic teaser or whatever else it is. So that would be a short audio, video etc. Second line is more interesting. The 360 could be treated as 360 degrees video (you are able to look around, like in the feature that YouTube or Facebook uses on pictures and videos). The "Orphans, Daddy or Everyday Life" would mean that they actually didn't know which song will be performed so devs said like "yeah, we will put here one of these things, whatever the band decides to scream out to the world of the Amman Citadel). So honestly I doubt there is actual album name hidden in this. However, the 360 line is definitely interesting and we might have hope for something special. Maybe not a live performance but possibly a new way of giving a birth to the new content :grinning:

That sounds quite logical, welcome by the way!

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Coldplay releases are often a mess though. I better not remind you all of the Kaleidoscope EP mess - iirc first release date June 2, is sneakily changed on all social media to June 30 without any statement, June 30 passes, no release no statement, July 14 as new release date, but physical copies delayed to August 4, finally on August 4 the physical release happens - aaaand there is an awkward typo in the booklet.

What is the awkward typo just out of interest? :P I don't have physical copy of Kaleidoscope EP!

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I like how we're all bringing our lives outside Coldplay to help solve this riddle. Web developers, history buffs, amateur astronomers, etc. What a diverse fandom we have!

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I like how we're all bringing our lives outside Coldplay to help solve this riddle. Web developers, history buffs, amateur astronomers, etc. What a diverse fandom we have!

Don’t forget about the lonesome artists and crypto zoologists!! :laughing::p:rolleyes:

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First of all - Hello everybody (as this is my first post). It's a pleasure to join you in such a hot-time :)

I thought like joining the discussion of the HTML comment deleted from the source code that you guys wrote about above. Actually there are plenty of ways to discuss it. First of all, would it be possible to make such a foolish mistake... Or, if it was a mistake at all? Whatever the reason is, there is one more interesting aspect of how we can read it.

The "siteInner" element is kind of contect of the website (the main content). Web devs will know what I mean. I have been doing some hobby websites in the past. That suggest they commented-out kind of placeholder for the actual content which is not meant to be yet there. Anyway, my point is - if this is a snippet, then we can treat it also in the following way:

 

Trouble In Town (30s, acoustic, in-studio performance from Chris and Guy )
360 ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE ON THE AMMAN CITADEL (1 NEW SONG, Orphans, Daddy or Everyday Life)

 

I would treat the first line and the second line separately as 2 different things. Trouble in Town would go for 30 seconds acoustic teaser or whatever else it is. So that would be a short audio, video etc. Second line is more interesting. The 360 could be treated as 360 degrees video (you are able to look around, like in the feature that YouTube or Facebook uses on pictures and videos). The "Orphans, Daddy or Everyday Life" would mean that they actually didn't know which song will be performed so devs said like "yeah, we will put here one of these things, whatever the band decides to scream out to the world of the Amman Citadel). So honestly I doubt there is actual album name hidden in this. However, the 360 line is definitely interesting and we might have hope for something special. Maybe not a live performance but possibly a new way of giving a birth to the new content :grinning:

 

Hello,

 

totally agree. For the HTML comment, i'm web developper too and I know that forget stuff can easily happen. You try to think of everything and something you skid especially for an hidden comment. If Coldplay want to pass a message in the code, I really think the comment would been more mysterious and still here.

 

If 3 titles was totaly random, why 3 titles ? One is enough no ?

 

So finally i I have a doubt about Trouble In Town to be name of album: If the 30s teaser are with Guy and Chris choice of title is already done.

 

I guess : 30 seconds of Trouble In Town teaser and few days after we get a full title between Orphans, Daddy or Everyday Life

 

Part of titles could be:

- Trouble In Town

- Orphans

- Daddy

- Everyday Life

- Conscious Pilot

- that sister is my brother

- Sine Spe Recuperandi

- ?

- ?

- ?

- ?

- ?

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1919 is the album title, says on the poster - it's right in front of us!!:p I think 'Trouble In Town' is the first single with second single being either 'Orphans', 'Daddy' or 'Everyday Life'.:sun:

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First of all, would it be possible to make such a foolish mistake... Or, if it was a mistake at all?

Without going into details, it was 100% a mistake

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Without going into details, it was 100% a mistake

 

hello Stephen it is why Coldplaying and Coldplayxtra have deleted tweet about this code ? Because it is a unofficial information ?

 

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if it was put up EARLY why would they POSTPONE it...?

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Does anyone remember if the Coldplay website put a favicon (little symbol in the tab next to the website name) up when the website first changed to the sun/moon symbol? Because unless it's just my browser messing up, there isn't one there now.

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https://www.efestivals.co.uk/forums/topic/230017-rock-werchter-2020/page/22/?tab=comments#comment-5795148

 

Ken19 regarding Coldplay's first single of the new album:

 

"Delayed. Promo was also one day earlier than expected. Nothing unusual.

 

We’ll see soon enough."

 

But is Ken19 someone special? It could be anyone, just guessing as much as us.

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