LISTEN: Coldplay, Head Full of Dreams Stream: New Album

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A Head Full of Dreams album stream

Coldplay released A Head Full of Dreams today, so why not go ahead and check it out right now? Well, one of the things holding you back might be because the band has kept the album out of the hands of Spotify.

That’s right, following in the footsteps of Adele and Taylor Swift, Coldplay decided to keep the record out of the hands of the big music streaming sites leaving you with only a couple of legal choices. But don’t worry we’ve got you covered. There’s at least one solid workaround to help you get your fix:


Stream Coldplay’s A Head Full of Dreams

So the album isn’t available on Spotify but we can confirm that the album is available on Amazon Prime Music here. To access the stream, you’ll need an Amazon Prime account (a great investment btw).

Some people are saying the album is available on Apple Music and Google Play but we’ve looked and can’t confirm those rumors.


Buy Coldplay’s A Head Full of Dreams

You can buy Coldplay’s new album A Head Full of Dreams on Amazon here.

You can buy Coldplay’s new album A Head Full of Dreams on iTunes here.


A Head Full of Dreams Track List

1. A Head Full of Dreams
2. Birds
3. Hymn for the Weekend
4. Everglow
5. Adventure of a Lifetime
6. Fun (feat. Tove Lo)
7. Kaleidoscope
8. Army of One
9. Amazing Day
10. Colour Spectrum
11. Up&Up
12. X Marks the Spot (Hidden Track)


A Head Full of Dreams Reviews:

NYTimes: Total Score (70)–“Blissful even at its most bittersweet, it’s an album on which three songs make lyrical references to diamonds–as in, “We are diamonds”–and every surface contentedly gleams…. Mr. Martin, who has rediscovered the radiant properties of his voice, gilds a lot of lyrical treacle and borderline nonsense here.”

The Telegraph (UK): Total Score (60)–“Throughout, the band’s big, bittersweet sound is, as ever, wonderfully immersive: whalesong cycles of electric guitar echoing through a buoyant soup of synths that sound both pleasant and forgettable.”

The 405: Total Score (55)–The majority of the track list is made up of songs that run far too long, have beyond cringe worthy concepts and lyrics (see: the attempt at love struck club banger, complete with Beyoncé, on ‘Hymn For The Weekend’) or simply sound too unoriginal to stand out from the others.


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