Coldplay reveal new album tracks in classified section of north Wales Daily Post newspaper

Coldplay have revealed the tracklist for their much anticipated new album... with a little help from a north Wales newspaper.

Sitting alongside ads for a fridge/freezer and a ''luxury'' double divan bed, the band revealed details for their new album 'Everyday Living' with a classified advert in Wednesday's edition of the North Wales Daily Post.

The announcement sits alongside an advert for a fridge/freezer Credit: North Wales Daily Post

The advert shows a list of tracks that will appear on the double album which is set for release on 22 November.

Hints about their new release started with a series of posters appearing in worldwide cities, including Berlin and Hong Kong, which gave a teaser of the band's return.

Jonny Buckland once had a holiday job at the paper Credit: PA

Guitarist Jonny Buckland, who grew up in Flintshire, has close links to the newspaper. He revealed on social media that he once had a summer job at the paper.

Everyday Life will be Coldplay's first album since 2015's A Head Full Of Dreams.

Lena Tayara, a fan of the band, received a typewritten letter announcing the record but initially dismissed it as a hoax.

Since being formed in London in 1996, Coldplay have become one of the biggest bands in the world, selling more than 100 million albums.