After sharing a lot of cryptic photos on social media, Coldplay has finally confirmed that they will be coming out with new music on Nov. 22.

According to Rolling Stone, the 7-time Grammy Award-winning group announced their first album in four years by sending typewritten notes to some of their fans. The letter started with Chris Martin, the band’s leading vocalist, apologizing to his fans for his not-so-good typing skills.

The letter states that for the last 100 years, humans have been working on a thing called “Everyday Life,” which is also the name of the upcoming album. The band also confirmed that a “double album” is on its way.

The first part will be called “sunrise” while the second part is named “sunset.”

The letter ends with the “A Sky Full of Stars” hitmakers sending “much love” to their fans from “hibernation” and being excited about the future endeavors.

The snaps of the letters went viral on social media as fans could not contain their excitement after getting such personalized messages from their favorite band.

One user tweeted the photo of the letter and wrote that he absolutely loves this type of “real, old-fashioned” letter sent by the famous group and is really excited for the album. But some netizens were not convinced by the letter and labeled it “fake.”

Another user, who was one of the few lucky ones to get the letter, shared a snap of it on Twitter and noted that she can’t believe a famous band like Coldplay would send such letter to her.

After fans reassured her it looked authentic, she changed her mind and wrote that had she known the card was genuine, she would have put a nicer tablecloth before posting the pictures on social media.

The letter was signed by all four members of the band – Martin, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman, and Will Champion.

The BBC reported that the British pop-rock band is the biggest-selling British band of the 21st century. According to the Official Charts Company, the “Paradise” hitmakers have three albums in the list of top 20 best-selling albums of the Millenium. 2002’s “A Rush Of Blood To The Head” leads the way on the 10th position on the coveted list while “X&Y” (2005) and “Parachutes” are on 16th and 17th ranks, respectively.

Coldplay Performance
Chris Martin, the lead singer of Coldplay, performs with the band during the halftime show at Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara, California, on Feb. 7, 2016. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson