Coldplay's record label say they want to release another album "as soon as possible" after Everyday Life

The band's latest album Everyday Life is released on Friday 22 November.

Coldplay are releasing a new album later this week, but it looks like another is already in the works.

Speaking to Music Week, Mark Mitchell, co-president of Coldplay's record label Parlophone said that the band aren't looking to wait another few years to release the follow-up to Everyday Life, out Friday (November 22). The group's last album A Head Full of Dreams was released in December 2015.

"There's nothing set in stone, but what we can say is there's a desire to do another record to follow this up quickly," explained Mitchell.

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"This album came very, very quickly. They worked on tracks for the rest of the summer, so there's a lot of ideas left off this record which they're hoping to follow up as soon as possible."

Will the next album be linked musically to Everyday Life? Parlophone's other co-president Nick Burgess thinks it will stand alone, adding: "I don't think they are sister records. This is very much a record that the band had to get our of their system."

All seven of Coldplay's studio albums have reached Number 1 on the UK's Official Albums Chart. Recent single Orphans became their 24th UK Top 40 single. Click here to view Coldplay's full UK chart history.

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