Hear Coldplay's teaser off their album due next month.

October 24, 2019
Chris Martin (L) and Guy Berryman of Coldplay perform at the Rose Bowl on October 6, 2017

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No way was Coldplay going to leave on note unsung. Word is they finished a new album and, while they were packing up the studio, had the itch to record one final song. Orphans is the name and it starts off this week’s New Noise at Nine. Also hearing another selection from 93XRT Holiday Jam concert performer Mondo Cozmo. He opens up the three-night stand at The Vic Theatre with X Ambassadors on Friday December 6.  One of my absolute favorite bands this year is called Black Pumas. I read an article that describes the Austin duo: “If Sam Cooke and Neil Young joined Wu Tang Clan.”  I’ll leave it at that!  Check out their song “Colors.”

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-Ryan A.


Coldplay - “Orphans

Mondo Cozmo - “Come On”

Black Pumas - “Colors

Mumford & Sons - “Blind Leading The Blind”

Marcus King Band - “The Well*Pre-order El Dorado produced by The Black Keys Dan Auerbach due January 17, 2020.

Sturgill Simpson - “Sing Along

Illiterate Light - “Better Than I Used To”

Foals - “The Runner

Beck - “Uneventful Days

Michael Kiwanuka - “Hero”

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - “This Is The Place”

Michigander - “Misery” * Michigander plays with Pete Yorn at Metro on November 19 for a 93XRT Holiday Concert For The Kids.

Sheryl Crow featuring Chris Stapleton - “Tell Me When it’s Over” *Sheryl Crow’s latest Threads is a monster collaboration featuring Eric Clapton, Gary Clark, Jr., Jason Isbell, Keith Richards, Lucius, Willie Nelson, and a dozen more. Buy it, seriously a killer album from start to finish.