Brothers & Sisters (song)
|"Brothers & Sisters"|
|Single by Coldplay|
|B-side||"Easy to Please"
|Released||26 April 1999|
|Recorded||Station Studios, February 1999|
|Length||Song - 4:05
Single/EP - 10:54
|Writer(s)||Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin|
|Producer(s)||Ken Nelson, Chris Allison, Coldplay|
|Coldplay singles chronology|
After forming in 1998, Coldplay met up with local record label Fierce Panda Records after a representative from said label saw them perform at the Camden Falcon in December of that year. Fierce Panda offered to release their debut single, and the band agreed, signing a short record deal. 1,500 copies of the vinyl single were issued in a special wraparound picture sleeve. It peaked at #107 on the UK Singles Chart.
According to the singles liner notes, recording completed in only four days and cost the band a lowly sum of £400.
The atmospheric sounds on "Easy to Please" were created by setting up microphones on a wet road outside the studio.
A new version of "Brothers & Sisters" later appeared on the "Trouble" single.
The single was re-released as an EP in late 2002 on Brash Records.
- "Brothers & Sisters" – 4:05
- "Easy to Please" – 3:01
- "Only Superstition" – 3:48
|UK Singles Chart||107|
- 'Brothers and Sisters' Liner Notes
- "Brothers & Sisters EP". coldplaying.com. Retrieved 2009-07-24.
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