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Coldplay To Re-Issue Debut EP 'Brothers & Sisters' on 7" Vinyl

Friday, 14 June 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Coldplay have announced they're reissuing their debut EP.

‘Brothers & Sisters’, which saw its first release in April 1999, will arrive once again through Fierce Panda Records on July 12, this time on double 7” coloured vinyl to celebrate its 20th anniversary. In attempt to eschew gender binaries, the ‘Brothers’ single will be released on pink vinyl, and the ‘Sisters’ on blue. Find out more here.

Since their first release, the alt-rock band went on to put out their first full-length ‘Parachutes’ in 2000, and six more records, with their latest, ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’, arriving in 2015. During that time, Chris Martin, Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland and Will Champion skyrocketed to fame, selling out headline shows and tours all over the world.





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