Coldplay - Everyday Life

Coldplay - Everyday Life album wiki, reviews
Artist:   Coldplay
Album Name:   Everyday Life
Genre:   Alternative
Tracks:   16
Relase Date:   22 November 2019
Country:   USA

Everyday Life (Coldplay) Album Songs


Song TitleTime
1.Sunrise 2:31
2.Church 3:50
3.Trouble In Town 4:38
4.BrokEn 2:30
5.Daddy 4:58
6.WOTW / POTP 1:16
7.Arabesque 5:40
8.When I Need a Friend 2:35
9.Guns 1:55
10.Orphans 3:17
11.Èkó 2:37
12.Cry Cry Cry 2:47
13.Old Friends 2:26
14.بنی آدم 3:14
15.Champion of the World 4:17
16.Everyday Life 4:18

About Coldplay - Everyday Life Album

Everyday Life is the eighth studio album by British rock band Coldplay, released on 22 November 2019. It is a double album, with the first half titled Sunrise and the other Sunset ..

Everyday Life (Coldplay) Album Comments

Everyday Life (Coldplay) Album Reviews

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  • ilistentomusic(obviously)
    5 stars
    Easily their best album in years. Wow. While some of the songs felt incomplete, and should have been longer, and some lyrical content was uneven and clunky... This album is great. The instrumental experimentation is the best part of it. A really cultural feel to it. Reminded me of the older Coldplay. Everyday Life is a pleasant surprise. Especially after their drop off in quality beginning with Mylo Xyloto back in 2011. Also Pretty sure most of the haters love garbage like Lil Pump and Cardi B
  • Stevilpall
    4 stars
    Some good some bad. This album will most definitely not please everyone. However, if I told you, you could get 8 or 9 good to great Coldplay songs on one album, would you buy it? Yes, there are a handful of just awful songs; Guns, Broken, WOTW and especially Cry Cry Cry, which literally makes my ears hurt, but there are also great tunes like Daddy, Arabesque, Trouble in Town, etc. Just do what I did. Buy the album and then move the awful songs to the cloud. You’re left with a pretty amazing Coldplay album.
  • CHARLY195602
    5 stars
    One Step Further. Great effort. Excelent music. Creative. Challenging. Don’t understand why some of you would rather like “more of the same”.
  • Buster fence
    1 stars
    What happened.. I own every single album and EP Coldplay has put out. I understand how bands morph and evolve thru time but this release is overall a POC. Sorry! The title trac is the only song that makes you feel like your listening to the band you are familiar with.
  • emtsd
    1 stars
    It's surprising....... I didn't think I could hate this band any more than I did, but each album just keeps getting worse and worse. This is a new level of trash. Congrats Coldplay, you're absolutely terrible.
  • DavidLG
    2 stars
    Meh. Meh
  • WMS59
    4 stars
    One of those...... This is an album that you need to listen to several times before you will fully appreciate it (much like ghost stories). It is definitely not pop. It is very different than past albums and demonstrates Coldplay’s ability to evolve. Chris Martin said that if they do another album it will be different and it is. This is what self actualization sounds like.
  • Devilboy5858
    1 stars
    AWFUL BAND. One of the worst bands ever in the whole world. Never have liked them and never will. I don’t even respect them as a band/artist because they aren’t. They should’ve never been signed and the one single person that signed them is the most idiotic person on the world. They should’ve never gotten a chance. No talent and horrible band.
  • PkNess48
    5 stars
    people have gone mad. this album is a phenomenal introspective look into the band’s thoughts of the world in its current state. obviously some people aren’t realizing that and are blasting hate simply because it’s coldplay. grow tf up. this is good music by definition.
  • Dodgerccp
    1 stars
    This is the worst of the worst of Coldplay. I can not believe how poor this new album is. This is the worst album I have ever purchased. I love Coldplay as much as anyone anywhere. I know there is artistic freedom in art. This is absolutely awful, and I will be leaving this CD in some random place tomorrow for someone to find. This person will likely listen to this gift, and repeat the event for themselves. I am so sorry to write this review.
  • mercibh
    5 stars
    Their best work so far.. It’s a great album. Please also watch their YouTube videos filmed in Jordan.
  • ZumaJZendaHouse!
    1 stars
    Adieu, Coldplay.. I'm all about bands changing. It's natural. I'm also a firm believer in the God-given right to express your political beliefs....even if I don't personally agree with them. If you disagree with a political ideology being pushed by an artist, the brilliance of choice affords you the option to stop listening. That being said, adieu, Coldplay.
  • Bronze 15
    2 stars
    5 of 16 Songs great-Not a great percentage!!!. I’m a huge Coldplay fan. I’ve followed their evolution, diversity, whatever you want to call it over their long existence! This album just doesn’t do it for me. As I’ve read previous reviews, it’s just plain boring mixed in with some uplifting, classic Coldplay that we’ve grown to love! I really like 5 of the 16 songs, which tells you that 11 of the songs are just “eh-“ When you come to expect so much more from a band you love it’s just plain disappointing...
  • PGraber
    1 stars
    Huge Disappointment. Cris, Please go back to being a band. This is terrible. Even worse then HFOD which I didnt care for either. After Rush of blood and XY its been all down hill except for Mylo.
  • Buckeye1112
    1 stars
    Really Coldplay?. How could you follow such a magical album like “A Head full of dreams” with this completely uninspired trash? I’m a huge fan and this album is just plain boring. It doesn’t inspire any kind of feelings in me at all and the rhythms and lyrics are completely weak. I’ve listened to it 3 times now and probably won’t ever give it another listen.
  • Emilio255
    2 stars
    No me gustó. Sinceramente esperaba algo mejor como fan solo me gustaron tres canciones no se que quisieron hacer canciones muy cortas ritmos bástate raro no se que les paso
  • Briank24708
    1 stars
    Not good. Listened to the entire album, what a disappointment. It’s like they can’t get over the bad super bowl performance. Been a big fan too since the single Yellow.
  • Dreamcast
    1 stars
    Too erratic. I really loved listening to Coldplay, ever since first hearing them Since the mid 2000s. This new album is just not a stellar effort. First off, I hate the talking dialogue that interrupts the flow of certain songs. The dialogue is so annoying I have to fast forward the track when I hear it. Also, there is too much jumping around different genre’s as if to it tries to to do too much with too little. Gospel, soft rock, talllking dialogue in songs. Ok I’ve had it
  • Hungry but not that hungry
    5 stars
    Brillant. Love the concept otf a concept. Best work in a long long time!!
  • Musicforlistening
    3 stars
    Sunrise, Sunset, Sunburn.. We needed Brian Eno in the mix.
  • B-minus
    5 stars
    Excellent. Coldplay continues to adapt and create new music. Impressed by the span of genres and sounds on this new album. As a lifelong Coldplay fan, I think it’s one of the best albums.
  • Fisherfile
    5 stars
    Good. Real good
  • rabiezthecat
    5 stars
    This is who Coldplay are!. After browsing most of the reviews, I realize they all come from Coldplay fans who only enjoy their earlier albums. That’s great! If you prefer those albums, just stick to listening to them and ignore the newer music. However, if you can’t accept that people change (just as their musical style changes), don’t try to ruin it for the rest of us. This album is a refreshing masterpiece that blends Parachutes, Viva, Ghost Stories, and AHFOD vibes seamlessly, along with completely knew musical styles (gospel, choral, mid-eastern rock, etc.). Personal favorite tracks include: Trouble In Town, Arabesque, When I Need A Friend, Orphans, Eko, and Champion of the Word.
  • neiro98
    5 stars
    Haters everywhere. Don’t let the poor reviews fool you my fellow listener. This album is the best Coldplay’s ever been since Viva la Vida hands down
  • mamapproved
    5 stars
    Yes!. I was really looking forward to this album and it didn’t disappoint. This is one you can listen to over and over... Artistic experimentation, IMO, didn’t go too far in any one direction (other than language...which fit the topic but was slightly disappointing) and I for one loved the religious intonations as they were strangely inclusive and uplifting. Favorites: when I need a friend, champion of the world, eko, broken and everyday life.
  • nottaken username
    3 stars
    That 1 song. This album as a whole is overall interesting to say the least, it has its ups and downs with mostly downs, however the song Trouble in Town is a masterpiece, the bass is phenomenal and it just gives off a classic Coldplay vibe.
  • Fox1020
    1 stars
    No way to hide it. It’s just not a good album.. No way to hide it. It’s just not a good album.
  • VictorMärcel
    5 stars
    Go Buy Ariana Grande, if .... You’re looking for catchy music and POP with no quality. Reading these bad bad reviews shows how empty people are and most can’t even appreciate good music.
  • Jdigity
    2 stars
    Love Coldplay but this isn’t very good :(. I’ve been a huge fans for years and seen them live three times but I honestly don’t get this album. Apart from 3-4 songs, this could be a solo album. Also don’t get the gospel song, and intermittent instrumentals.
  • cpassov
    5 stars
    Outstanding album!. I love all of the diversity and catchy beats. It’s a mix of all of their albums combined. This is music and far better than idiotic mumble rap! The lyrics are talking about every life and the real problems going on in our world today. Thank you so much COLDPLAY!❤️
  • larz65
    2 stars
    hmmmmmmmmm. I have to say, after several listens, this album is forgettable and inconsistent. After 4 years I expected something a little more memorable, like all of their previous albums.This is a mishmash of a few pretty good songs and boring filler. I hope they make up for it on the next one.....
  • DreamAngel123
    5 stars
    Soul Stiring. Wow , I never knew I was a Coldplay individual. It just goes to show you , music is universal. Love the two categories, sunrise & sunset. Keep that in mind while listening. This music makes me feel like I have a playlist throughout the day. Very deep album. Love it.
  • Red_Vienna
    5 stars
    Not surprised. Simultaneously both pensive and profound, understated and explosive, this album ruminates over all the bad in the world, yet also gives thanks for the good. I’m not at all surprised at the amount of reviews lamenting the “loss of the old sound”, yet Coldplay has always been an evolutionary band, going in new directions with each successive album. There has always been an element of pop thrown into the mix, yet here it’s much less present, much to the dismay of those who want nothing more than a crowd pleasing hodgepodge of rhythm and melody and something that they can sing along to. That’s not what’s happening here. Here, rather, we see them staying within themselves but going out enough to sound like nothing they’ve ever done before, both lyrically and musically, which is and should be challenging to the average listener. The music reflects and in turn causes the listener to reflect, inviting them to turn their focus to the injustices in the world without sounding contrived but rather sounding genuinely compassionate. Tracks such as “Arabesque”, “Trouble in Town” and “Guns” tackle at racism, systemic bias, and gun violence respectively. These issues are not supposed to be comfortable, nor should they be. Altogether, this album is indeed one of the best they’ve ever done, and the closest they’ve come to expressing Chris Martin’s true belief in the beauty and ugliness of everyday life.
  • KMRohlman
    5 stars
    Timely and Artistic!. When I was young I couldn’t wait for an album to drop to savor it for all that the artist was trying to share. Our current musical world limits us to just a few favorites but Coldplay has brought back the love of listening to an album in its entirety. The album is also filled with music that forces us to think deeper with its lyrics, diverse styles, and sound imagery helping this woman remember the humanity of our entire globe. I bought this album three days ago and am on my third time through the whole album and grateful for the artistry here! Do yourself a favor - don’t limit the artist here, savor the whole thing!!!
  • Soxtrot123
    5 stars
    There still good.. Even though it seems they have a lack of creativity, I still enjoy every song I heard. The diversity was the best part of this song and they still have some of the happy feel good songs.
  • ctc799
    5 stars
    So much better than AHFOD. I hope they continue pursuing this direction
  • rathdrum
    5 stars
    A new direction back to their earlier roots.. A collection of songs that explore what the world has become, but still evokes hope for the future too. I hope they put out a collection of the songs from their Live In Jordan YouTube show, in many ways I like those versions even more. A brilliant album, one of their best in my opinion.
  • Papicholo1997
    5 stars
    🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥. Don’t know why they are Coldplay when this albums so hot
  • José Benefiel
    5 stars
    I love it. I actually like it. Sounds like their older stuff. I hate their last few albums. Last good album was X & Y
  • jw12121212
    1 stars
    Used to be a huge fan. When people ask me what kind of music I like, I am overwhelmed by how to answer because I’m moved by so many types of music and artists. But the first thing I say is that I love cold play. The Rush of blood album got me through a difficult part of my life and it’s an absolute work of art. I went to the Viva la Vida concert as well as the Mylo tour. I loved the album they gave out at the concert. That was so kind and it was a wonderful live show. The shows were beautiful and moving. However, Coldplay no longer schedules shows in my state, I suspect to make a political statement. I’m tired of their virtue signaling and you don’t make your point by alienating the fans that support and love you. Fans that are not responsible or have no actual hand in what you are virtue signaling about. I was really trying to overlook it and hoped they would make a turn around. But this album is bleh and so was the last one. They have become virtue signaling sell outs that churn out canned music. I will no longer hold out hope for the greatness to return. And when I’m asked what kind of music that I like, they’ll no longer be mentioned.
  • mbaum01
    5 stars
    Welcome back. After a few lackluster records - and a career low with A Head Full Of Dreams - Coldplay are truly back with the best music since Viva La Vida. The writing is better then ever and the production is super consistent. Despite dabbling in African rhythms, gospel, folk, pop and a million other things, this is one of their most consistent records. And while the lyrics are still not top notch, voicing their opinion and wearing their hearts on the sleeve is welcome. There are some of the best songs they’ve ever released on this record: Church is stunning and so is Trouble in Town. Both songs that remind me a lot of Peter Gabriel in texture and topic. Arabesque is the center piece of the record and simply stunning. Femi Kuti and his band lift that song into the stratosphere. The rhythm is irresistible, the sax could be on Bowie’s Blackstar and the finale is Coldplay grandiose. So strange that the “old” fans seem to pan this record. The production is so much closer to the first three records, less electronica-driven pop. But I guess that everybody simply wants another “Clocks” on repeat? I applaud Coldplay for now having their third record that surprised the music world with something new that we did not expect. And for the third time, after A Rush of Blood ... and Viva La Vida, they excelled in it.
  • Bowlofreisz
    2 stars
    Below Average Album. The Coldplay magic feels very weak in this album. Too many songs that strike as filler. Only a few songs are great to listen to and sing along with (Everyday Life, Daddy). The theme for this album simply did not stick the landing, and may have even crashed for others. The explicitly is not what Coldplay is, and is a shame to see. The album feels like an agenda for live performances and/or political views. Coldplay is my favorite band, so I hope to see them bounce back from this one. An Album or EP drop in the near future may help. Love you Coldplay.
  • Midevil T
    2 stars
    Huh?. Edit, Edit, Edit ... too many songs that shouldn’t have made it. Ugggh
  • Euroboy23
    5 stars
    Coldplay is Back...quietly. I stopped listening to Coldplay after their first three albums with “Parachutes” being the favourite. After that period Coldplay fell into radio friendly teenage pop category in my opinion, and their songs became favourite or Radio’ Top 40 fans. I almost lost all hope after their performance at American Super Bowl half time, but what a surprise with “Everyday life” Coldplay is back and they have redeemed themselves as proper musicians with a good taste. This album musically is superb, and gives me goose bumps listening to some of its songs. I can pass Coldplay’s socio-political lyrics which I do not care for or even agree with, but the mood, music and atmosphere of this album goes very well together even with these lyrics. Additional guest vocalists add great elements to various songs as well. I love this album, and it is best when you listen to it from the beginning to the end as whole musical experience. Best Coldplay album since....well very long time. Thank you Coldplay, you’re back to best form again.
  • Andrew level 9 jock
    1 stars
    Waste of space. I don’t really know why Coldplay decided to make a double album that doesn’t even push one hour. Pop music has corrupted this band. They always play it safe.What happened to the extortion guitars and blaring drums? The world may never know
  • la2161
    5 stars
    I like it. It’s definitely so different from past albums, but I like it.
  • Bfhjxjgncgb
    1 stars
    Just no. I really tried to enjoy the album, but I just couldn’t. Everything was bland, pushing a “super deep” message, or felt off. I miss Viva la Vida
  • happy blue monkey7
    1 stars
    Nope!. One word sums this up, GARBAGE !
  • JSell007
    2 stars
    Hodgepodge. That is what this album is. What happened to efforts like Ghost Stories and Mylo? I’ve been a fan of Coldplay through their evolution from the early days to their recent more pop like albums. But this? What is this? There are like two songs that play to their strengths. Everything else is just dull, uninspiring, and literally a hodgepodge of sound. Can’t say I’m not disappointed. Here’s hoping to the next album.
  • ilistentomusic(obviously)
    5 stars
    Easily their best album in years. Wow. While some of the songs felt incomplete, and should have been longer, and some lyrical content was uneven and clunky... This album is great. The instrumental experimentation is the best part of it. A really cultural feel to it. Reminded me of the older Coldplay. Everyday Life is a pleasant surprise. Especially after their drop off in quality beginning with Mylo Xyloto back in 2011. Also Pretty sure most of the haters love garbage like Lil Pump and Cardi B
  • Stevilpall
    4 stars
    Some good some bad. This album will most definitely not please everyone. However, if I told you, you could get 8 or 9 good to great Coldplay songs on one album, would you buy it? Yes, there are a handful of just awful songs; Guns, Broken, WOTW and especially Cry Cry Cry, which literally makes my ears hurt, but there are also great tunes like Daddy, Arabesque, Trouble in Town, etc. Just do what I did. Buy the album and then move the awful songs to the cloud. You’re left with a pretty amazing Coldplay album.
  • CHARLY195602
    5 stars
    One Step Further. Great effort. Excelent music. Creative. Challenging. Don’t understand why some of you would rather like “more of the same”.
  • Buster fence
    1 stars
    What happened.. I own every single album and EP Coldplay has put out. I understand how bands morph and evolve thru time but this release is overall a POC. Sorry! The title trac is the only song that makes you feel like your listening to the band you are familiar with.
  • emtsd
    1 stars
    It's surprising....... I didn't think I could hate this band any more than I did, but each album just keeps getting worse and worse. This is a new level of trash. Congrats Coldplay, you're absolutely terrible.
  • DavidLG
    2 stars
    Meh. Meh
  • WMS59
    4 stars
    One of those...... This is an album that you need to listen to several times before you will fully appreciate it (much like ghost stories). It is definitely not pop. It is very different than past albums and demonstrates Coldplay’s ability to evolve. Chris Martin said that if they do another album it will be different and it is. This is what self actualization sounds like.
  • Devilboy5858
    1 stars
    AWFUL BAND. One of the worst bands ever in the whole world. Never have liked them and never will. I don’t even respect them as a band/artist because they aren’t. They should’ve never been signed and the one single person that signed them is the most idiotic person on the world. They should’ve never gotten a chance. No talent and horrible band.
  • PkNess48
    5 stars
    people have gone mad. this album is a phenomenal introspective look into the band’s thoughts of the world in its current state. obviously some people aren’t realizing that and are blasting hate simply because it’s coldplay. grow tf up. this is good music by definition.
  • Dodgerccp
    1 stars
    This is the worst of the worst of Coldplay. I can not believe how poor this new album is. This is the worst album I have ever purchased. I love Coldplay as much as anyone anywhere. I know there is artistic freedom in art. This is absolutely awful, and I will be leaving this CD in some random place tomorrow for someone to find. This person will likely listen to this gift, and repeat the event for themselves. I am so sorry to write this review.
  • mercibh
    5 stars
    Their best work so far.. It’s a great album. Please also watch their YouTube videos filmed in Jordan.
  • ZumaJZendaHouse!
    1 stars
    Adieu, Coldplay.. I'm all about bands changing. It's natural. I'm also a firm believer in the God-given right to express your political beliefs....even if I don't personally agree with them. If you disagree with a political ideology being pushed by an artist, the brilliance of choice affords you the option to stop listening. That being said, adieu, Coldplay.
  • Bronze 15
    2 stars
    5 of 16 Songs great-Not a great percentage!!!. I’m a huge Coldplay fan. I’ve followed their evolution, diversity, whatever you want to call it over their long existence! This album just doesn’t do it for me. As I’ve read previous reviews, it’s just plain boring mixed in with some uplifting, classic Coldplay that we’ve grown to love! I really like 5 of the 16 songs, which tells you that 11 of the songs are just “eh-“ When you come to expect so much more from a band you love it’s just plain disappointing...
  • PGraber
    1 stars
    Huge Disappointment. Cris, Please go back to being a band. This is terrible. Even worse then HFOD which I didnt care for either. After Rush of blood and XY its been all down hill except for Mylo.
  • Buckeye1112
    1 stars
    Really Coldplay?. How could you follow such a magical album like “A Head full of dreams” with this completely uninspired trash? I’m a huge fan and this album is just plain boring. It doesn’t inspire any kind of feelings in me at all and the rhythms and lyrics are completely weak. I’ve listened to it 3 times now and probably won’t ever give it another listen.
  • Emilio255
    2 stars
    No me gustó. Sinceramente esperaba algo mejor como fan solo me gustaron tres canciones no se que quisieron hacer canciones muy cortas ritmos bástate raro no se que les paso
  • Briank24708
    1 stars
    Not good. Listened to the entire album, what a disappointment. It’s like they can’t get over the bad super bowl performance. Been a big fan too since the single Yellow.
  • Dreamcast
    1 stars
    Too erratic. I really loved listening to Coldplay, ever since first hearing them Since the mid 2000s. This new album is just not a stellar effort. First off, I hate the talking dialogue that interrupts the flow of certain songs. The dialogue is so annoying I have to fast forward the track when I hear it. Also, there is too much jumping around different genre’s as if to it tries to to do too much with too little. Gospel, soft rock, talllking dialogue in songs. Ok I’ve had it
  • Hungry but not that hungry
    5 stars
    Brillant. Love the concept otf a concept. Best work in a long long time!!
  • Musicforlistening
    3 stars
    Sunrise, Sunset, Sunburn.. We needed Brian Eno in the mix.
  • B-minus
    5 stars
    Excellent. Coldplay continues to adapt and create new music. Impressed by the span of genres and sounds on this new album. As a lifelong Coldplay fan, I think it’s one of the best albums.
  • Fisherfile
    5 stars
    Good. Real good
  • rabiezthecat
    5 stars
    This is who Coldplay are!. After browsing most of the reviews, I realize they all come from Coldplay fans who only enjoy their earlier albums. That’s great! If you prefer those albums, just stick to listening to them and ignore the newer music. However, if you can’t accept that people change (just as their musical style changes), don’t try to ruin it for the rest of us. This album is a refreshing masterpiece that blends Parachutes, Viva, Ghost Stories, and AHFOD vibes seamlessly, along with completely knew musical styles (gospel, choral, mid-eastern rock, etc.). Personal favorite tracks include: Trouble In Town, Arabesque, When I Need A Friend, Orphans, Eko, and Champion of the Word.
  • neiro98
    5 stars
    Haters everywhere. Don’t let the poor reviews fool you my fellow listener. This album is the best Coldplay’s ever been since Viva la Vida hands down
  • mamapproved
    5 stars
    Yes!. I was really looking forward to this album and it didn’t disappoint. This is one you can listen to over and over... Artistic experimentation, IMO, didn’t go too far in any one direction (other than language...which fit the topic but was slightly disappointing) and I for one loved the religious intonations as they were strangely inclusive and uplifting. Favorites: when I need a friend, champion of the world, eko, broken and everyday life.
  • nottaken username
    3 stars
    That 1 song. This album as a whole is overall interesting to say the least, it has its ups and downs with mostly downs, however the song Trouble in Town is a masterpiece, the bass is phenomenal and it just gives off a classic Coldplay vibe.
  • Fox1020
    1 stars
    No way to hide it. It’s just not a good album.. No way to hide it. It’s just not a good album.
  • VictorMärcel
    5 stars
    Go Buy Ariana Grande, if .... You’re looking for catchy music and POP with no quality. Reading these bad bad reviews shows how empty people are and most can’t even appreciate good music.
  • Jdigity
    2 stars
    Love Coldplay but this isn’t very good :(. I’ve been a huge fans for years and seen them live three times but I honestly don’t get this album. Apart from 3-4 songs, this could be a solo album. Also don’t get the gospel song, and intermittent instrumentals.
  • cpassov
    5 stars
    Outstanding album!. I love all of the diversity and catchy beats. It’s a mix of all of their albums combined. This is music and far better than idiotic mumble rap! The lyrics are talking about every life and the real problems going on in our world today. Thank you so much COLDPLAY!❤️
  • larz65
    2 stars
    hmmmmmmmmm. I have to say, after several listens, this album is forgettable and inconsistent. After 4 years I expected something a little more memorable, like all of their previous albums.This is a mishmash of a few pretty good songs and boring filler. I hope they make up for it on the next one.....
  • DreamAngel123
    5 stars
    Soul Stiring. Wow , I never knew I was a Coldplay individual. It just goes to show you , music is universal. Love the two categories, sunrise & sunset. Keep that in mind while listening. This music makes me feel like I have a playlist throughout the day. Very deep album. Love it.
  • Red_Vienna
    5 stars
    Not surprised. Simultaneously both pensive and profound, understated and explosive, this album ruminates over all the bad in the world, yet also gives thanks for the good. I’m not at all surprised at the amount of reviews lamenting the “loss of the old sound”, yet Coldplay has always been an evolutionary band, going in new directions with each successive album. There has always been an element of pop thrown into the mix, yet here it’s much less present, much to the dismay of those who want nothing more than a crowd pleasing hodgepodge of rhythm and melody and something that they can sing along to. That’s not what’s happening here. Here, rather, we see them staying within themselves but going out enough to sound like nothing they’ve ever done before, both lyrically and musically, which is and should be challenging to the average listener. The music reflects and in turn causes the listener to reflect, inviting them to turn their focus to the injustices in the world without sounding contrived but rather sounding genuinely compassionate. Tracks such as “Arabesque”, “Trouble in Town” and “Guns” tackle at racism, systemic bias, and gun violence respectively. These issues are not supposed to be comfortable, nor should they be. Altogether, this album is indeed one of the best they’ve ever done, and the closest they’ve come to expressing Chris Martin’s true belief in the beauty and ugliness of everyday life.
  • KMRohlman
    5 stars
    Timely and Artistic!. When I was young I couldn’t wait for an album to drop to savor it for all that the artist was trying to share. Our current musical world limits us to just a few favorites but Coldplay has brought back the love of listening to an album in its entirety. The album is also filled with music that forces us to think deeper with its lyrics, diverse styles, and sound imagery helping this woman remember the humanity of our entire globe. I bought this album three days ago and am on my third time through the whole album and grateful for the artistry here! Do yourself a favor - don’t limit the artist here, savor the whole thing!!!
  • Soxtrot123
    5 stars
    There still good.. Even though it seems they have a lack of creativity, I still enjoy every song I heard. The diversity was the best part of this song and they still have some of the happy feel good songs.
  • ctc799
    5 stars
    So much better than AHFOD. I hope they continue pursuing this direction
  • rathdrum
    5 stars
    A new direction back to their earlier roots.. A collection of songs that explore what the world has become, but still evokes hope for the future too. I hope they put out a collection of the songs from their Live In Jordan YouTube show, in many ways I like those versions even more. A brilliant album, one of their best in my opinion.
  • Papicholo1997
    5 stars
    🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥. Don’t know why they are Coldplay when this albums so hot
  • José Benefiel
    5 stars
    I love it. I actually like it. Sounds like their older stuff. I hate their last few albums. Last good album was X & Y
  • jw12121212
    1 stars
    Used to be a huge fan. When people ask me what kind of music I like, I am overwhelmed by how to answer because I’m moved by so many types of music and artists. But the first thing I say is that I love cold play. The Rush of blood album got me through a difficult part of my life and it’s an absolute work of art. I went to the Viva la Vida concert as well as the Mylo tour. I loved the album they gave out at the concert. That was so kind and it was a wonderful live show. The shows were beautiful and moving. However, Coldplay no longer schedules shows in my state, I suspect to make a political statement. I’m tired of their virtue signaling and you don’t make your point by alienating the fans that support and love you. Fans that are not responsible or have no actual hand in what you are virtue signaling about. I was really trying to overlook it and hoped they would make a turn around. But this album is bleh and so was the last one. They have become virtue signaling sell outs that churn out canned music. I will no longer hold out hope for the greatness to return. And when I’m asked what kind of music that I like, they’ll no longer be mentioned.
  • mbaum01
    5 stars
    Welcome back. After a few lackluster records - and a career low with A Head Full Of Dreams - Coldplay are truly back with the best music since Viva La Vida. The writing is better then ever and the production is super consistent. Despite dabbling in African rhythms, gospel, folk, pop and a million other things, this is one of their most consistent records. And while the lyrics are still not top notch, voicing their opinion and wearing their hearts on the sleeve is welcome. There are some of the best songs they’ve ever released on this record: Church is stunning and so is Trouble in Town. Both songs that remind me a lot of Peter Gabriel in texture and topic. Arabesque is the center piece of the record and simply stunning. Femi Kuti and his band lift that song into the stratosphere. The rhythm is irresistible, the sax could be on Bowie’s Blackstar and the finale is Coldplay grandiose. So strange that the “old” fans seem to pan this record. The production is so much closer to the first three records, less electronica-driven pop. But I guess that everybody simply wants another “Clocks” on repeat? I applaud Coldplay for now having their third record that surprised the music world with something new that we did not expect. And for the third time, after A Rush of Blood ... and Viva La Vida, they excelled in it.
  • Bowlofreisz
    2 stars
    Below Average Album. The Coldplay magic feels very weak in this album. Too many songs that strike as filler. Only a few songs are great to listen to and sing along with (Everyday Life, Daddy). The theme for this album simply did not stick the landing, and may have even crashed for others. The explicitly is not what Coldplay is, and is a shame to see. The album feels like an agenda for live performances and/or political views. Coldplay is my favorite band, so I hope to see them bounce back from this one. An Album or EP drop in the near future may help. Love you Coldplay.
  • Midevil T
    2 stars
    Huh?. Edit, Edit, Edit ... too many songs that shouldn’t have made it. Ugggh
  • Euroboy23
    5 stars
    Coldplay is Back...quietly. I stopped listening to Coldplay after their first three albums with “Parachutes” being the favourite. After that period Coldplay fell into radio friendly teenage pop category in my opinion, and their songs became favourite or Radio’ Top 40 fans. I almost lost all hope after their performance at American Super Bowl half time, but what a surprise with “Everyday life” Coldplay is back and they have redeemed themselves as proper musicians with a good taste. This album musically is superb, and gives me goose bumps listening to some of its songs. I can pass Coldplay’s socio-political lyrics which I do not care for or even agree with, but the mood, music and atmosphere of this album goes very well together even with these lyrics. Additional guest vocalists add great elements to various songs as well. I love this album, and it is best when you listen to it from the beginning to the end as whole musical experience. Best Coldplay album since....well very long time. Thank you Coldplay, you’re back to best form again.
  • Andrew level 9 jock
    1 stars
    Waste of space. I don’t really know why Coldplay decided to make a double album that doesn’t even push one hour. Pop music has corrupted this band. They always play it safe.What happened to the extortion guitars and blaring drums? The world may never know
  • la2161
    5 stars
    I like it. It’s definitely so different from past albums, but I like it.
  • Bfhjxjgncgb
    1 stars
    Just no. I really tried to enjoy the album, but I just couldn’t. Everything was bland, pushing a “super deep” message, or felt off. I miss Viva la Vida
  • happy blue monkey7
    1 stars
    Nope!. One word sums this up, GARBAGE !
  • JSell007
    2 stars
    Hodgepodge. That is what this album is. What happened to efforts like Ghost Stories and Mylo? I’ve been a fan of Coldplay through their evolution from the early days to their recent more pop like albums. But this? What is this? There are like two songs that play to their strengths. Everything else is just dull, uninspiring, and literally a hodgepodge of sound. Can’t say I’m not disappointed. Here’s hoping to the next album.

Coldplay - Everyday Life Album Wiki

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