Adele makes music comeback with new single ‘Easy On Me’

LONDON (Reuters) – British singer Adele made her highly acclaimed music comeback on Friday, setting her first new record since her 2015 Grammy Award-winning album “25.” published.

The 33-year-old, known for her ballads about break-ups and regrets, shot the new single “Easy On Me” with a short video clip last week. The song is the first to be released from their next fourth album “30”, which was released in November.

The Music Video, which begins with Adele leaving a house with ‘For Sale’ and ‘Sold’ characters on it, is a showcase for the emotional power ballad about recovery and lessons after disappointment in love. Adele sings as she drives, her memories and songs revolving around her, and the video breaks into warm color after she starts in black and white.

On Wednesday, Adele told fans she was “finally” ready to release “30,” which she described as her “ride or die in the turbulent period of my life.”

“I was definitely nowhere near what I was hoping to be when I started it almost 3 years ago,” she said in a statement on Twitter.

“Quite the contrary indeed. I rely on routine and consistency to make me feel safe, I always have. And yet there I was conscious – even wanting to throw myself into a labyrinth of absolute chaos and inner turmoil.”

In interviews with fashion magazines Vogue and British Vogue, Adele, who named her albums after the milestone in her life, said she wrote “30” to explain her divorce to her young son, Angelo. Adele split from Charity Executive Simon Konecki in 2019.

“I learned a lot of bloody home truths about myself along the way. I forgot many layers, but also wrapped myself in new ones,” she said on Twitter.

Known for hits such as “Someone Like You” and “Hello”, Adele is one of the most successful singer-songwriters of all time, topping charts around the world and winning 15 Grammys as well as an Oscar for the James Bond movie theme “Skyfall” . “

Earlier this month, fans had speculated that Adele’s new music was recently released after mysterious “30” signs appeared on buildings around the world.

“When she releases music, it not only generates a lot of sales around her work, but it acts as a halo against British music … it brings people to the shops, buys online, streams as well,” said Gennaro Castaldo, spokesman for record labels Association BPI.

“It makes the media very excited … She’s one of the few kind of superstars worldwide who can actually achieve that kind of impact.”

(Report by Marie-Louise Gumuchian; Additional Reporting by Mindy Burrows; Edited by Karishma Singh and Rosalba O’Brien)


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