Orphans Song Video: Coldplay puts together a magical new track about 'Everyday Life'; Watch

Coldplay is back and they are reminding the world that we are all the same with their new album, Everyday Life. The British band has dropped two new songs titled Orphans and Arabesque. They also released the video of Orphans. Check it out.
Orphans Song Video: Coldplay puts together a magical new track about 'Everyday Life'; Watch
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They've given us a Hymn for the Weekend! After they were on a long musical hibernation, Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman and Will Champion aka Coldplay has returned with a bang. The British rock band last released an album in 2015. For four years, they left fans begging for some new music. Given their new track, it seems like the wait was worth it. Coldplay is set to release a new album titled Everyday Life in November. But before we could get our hands on the album, the band dropped two songs this week. 

Coldplay released two songs titled Orphan and Arabesque. The audio versions were dropped on YouTube yesterday, October 24. Today, Coldplay dropped the video of the song Orphan and it is one helluva beautiful video. The Orphan video begins with montages of Chris singing the song at different locations before it cuts into the studio with all the band members putting together the song. The video shows the various instruments and elements used to create the beautiful rhythm. 

Adding a different element, the band is seen performing by the sea with several dancers shaking a leg their music. To make the video a tad more trippy, the band is seen dancing on all sides of a closed room. From the ceiling to the walls, the room doubles up into a perfect play area for the band. 

Check out the video below: 

The second track that was released from their upcoming album is titled Arabesque. The new song sees Coldplay join hands with Belgian rapper/pop artists Stromae and Femi Kuti and his band. The song features French lyrics that talk about how similar we all are. The song also features the word "fuck,” a first for Coldplay. Check out the song below: 

Everyday Life is set to drop on November 22. The new album is divided into two parts: Sunrise and Sunset. During an interaction with Radio1, Chris revealed Coldplay's new album is influenced by real-world events, including the Syrian refugee crisis. What do you think of the Coldplay's new tracks? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. 

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