The 15-time Grammy winner on Tuesday unveiled a snippet of “Simple on Me,” her first new single in six years, on her social media platforms. The black-and-white clip reveals the singer inserting a cassette tape into her automotive stereo as pages of sheet music fly out of the home windows.
The total tune is due out Friday, Oct. 15.
The “Simple on Me” snippet arrives lower than every week after mysterious billboards displaying the quantity “30” started popping up world wide, fueling rumors that Adele’s fourth album ― the hotly anticipated followup to 2016’s “25” ― was lastly on the way in which.
Although “30” is only a speculative title, the singer’s earlier releases, which embrace 2008’s “19” and 2011’s “21,” have adopted this numeric format.
On Monday, Adele appeared to additional trace at new music by updating her Fb, Twitter and Instagram pages with a teal backdrop that matched the colour scheme of the billboards.
And, from the sounds of it, Adele’s newest undertaking might be very a lot a multimedia affair. According to Vulture, the singer is contemplating launching the album with a televised live performance occasion on a serious community or streaming platform.
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