Coldplay release stripped-back version of Everglow
Coldplay have reworked their new single 'Everglow'.
The British rockers have today (11.11.16) released the fifth song from their critically-acclaimed album 'A Head Full Of Dreams', in a new style inspired by the band's performance of the track at the world famous Glastonbury Festival in June, where frontman Chris Martin had to deliver an impromptu version after a technical glitch.
The 'Up&Up' hitmakers fell in love with the new stripped-back edition and decided to make it available to buy.
The updated song also features an audio excerpt of Muhammad Ali speaking to a live studio audience in Newcastle upon Tyne in North East England, in 1977.
A video clip of the 39-year-old rocker recording the vocals has been uploaded to the group's Instagram page.
Coldplay previously released a special Surround Sound version of 'A Head Full of Dreams'.
The band - also comprised of drummer Will Champion, guitarist Jonny Buckland and bassist Guy Berryman - presented the record in 5.1 Surround Sound, which Coldplay's producer Rik Simpson says is the ultimate format in which to listen to the record.
Rik - who co-produced the album with Stargate - previously said: "The album was always conceived by the band as a dreamlike, kaleidoscopic sweep of music so it was fantastic to be able to take it to its furthest conclusion with a trip into a surround-sound dreamscape."
'Everglow' is out now.