London (CNN) — The moment Adele fans have been waiting for has finally arrived -- the singer has released her first music in six years, dropping the single "Easy On Me" on Friday. The song, the first from a hotly anticipated album due in November, begins to do exactly what...
The moment Adele fans have been waiting for has finally arrived – the singer has released her first music in six years, dropping the single “Easy On Me.” CNN’s Brianna Keilar speaks to Rolling Stone contributing editor Anthony DeCurtis about her new hit.
(CNN) — This is not a drill!. On Tuesday, Adele posted on her verified social media accounts that a new song is coming. "Easy On Me - October 15," said a tweet with a video clip of the British singer driving and listening to a song on cassette while sheets of music fly from the vehicle. A similar post appeared on the singer's Instagram account.
Adele offered a preview of her new song “Easy on Me” on Instagram Live Saturday ahead of the single’s release on Friday, October 15th. The singer, whose new album 30 has not yet officially been announced, shared a 45-second snippet of the ballad, stopping right as the chorus was about to kick in. .@Adele just previewed her new single, “Easy On Me,” on IG Live. 🗓: 10.15 pic.twitter.com/toI0Yg7P3C — TIDAL (@TIDAL) October 9, 2021 “There ain’t no gold in this river / That I’ve been washing my hands in forever,” Adele sings on the track, which she revealed in a Vogue interview was produced by...
While the music world waits for the release of Adele’s much-anticipated new single. Easy On Me, tomorrow (15 October), singer-songwriter Mary Spender has been busy finishing it for her. That’s not quite true, of course, but, based on the snippet of the song that we were given last week -...
She’s not going easy on us. After the “30” billboard campaign and a teaser for forthcoming single “Easy on Me,” Adele season is now here in full force, with the singer-songwriter gracing the covers of Vogue and British Vogue concurrently. Two covers means not one but two interviews, giving the notoriously chatty musician ample space to spill tea about her fourth album — between waxing on her love for Whispering Angel rosé (“Whispering Angel turned me into a barking dog. It did not make me whisper”) and giving us crumbs about her relationship with sports agent Rich Paul (when she first met him, she drunkenly asked, “Do you want to sign me? I’m an athlete now”).
Adele released her first new track in six years, “Easy on Me,” Thursday at midnight in the United Kingdom. A video accompanied the single, one that appears similar to the visuals of “Hello,” with the crooner moving out of a house that resembles the one depicted in the earlier music video. “Easy on Me” comes the day after Adele announced a Nov. 19 release date for her next album, 30, named for the age when the singer, now 33, created it. She told British Vogue, “I feel like this album is self-destruction, then self-reflection and then sort of self-redemption.” Her other albums bear similar titles—19, 21, and 25.
Of all the acute kinds of heartbreak Adele channels in her sprawling catalog of ballads — from the nostalgia and regret of “Hello” to the burn-it-all-down fury of “Set Fire to the Rain” — “Love in the Dark” is among the most unrelentingly somber. Released on Adele’s third studio album, 25, “Love in the Dark” is a piano ballad about the end of a relationship that is so mournful and slow-moving you could call it a dirge. It doesn’t exactly scream radio single, and so — unlike “Hello” and the Max Martin-penned “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)” — it...
Summer is over. Temperatures have dropped. The leaves have changed colors. And as the pumpkin spice lattes have returned, so, too, has the concept of “Sad Girl Autumn.”. At least, that’s according to social media users who went into an internet frenzy after Adele released a 21-second snippet of her new single, “Easy on Me,” just after indie rock artist Mitski released the music video for “Working for the Knife” and hit artist Taylor Swift announced that the re-recorded version of “Red” is coming a week earlier than anticipated.
Hello! Adele is back with a new song called “Easy on Me.” The singer posted a 17-second teaser clip for the first single from her upcoming comeback album, days after mysterious “30″ billboards appeared in several cities. Fans expect the album will be called “30″ based on her age, following the releases of past albums “25,” “21,” and “19.” The full song will be released Oct. 15, and Billboard reports Adele’s next album is likely coming out Nov. 19 — because Taylor Swift moved up the release date of her “Red” versions by a week to Nov. 12.
Rumor has it that Adele could be releasing her next album as soon as this week, and her fans are feeling very strongly about it. On Tuesday (Sept. 28), radio host Mauler from The Morning Hot Tub and Stingray Hit List Countdown wrote in a since-deleted tweet, "New Adele. This week." Additionally, when the Billboard Charts Twitter account shared Adele's stats over the years on the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard 200 -- including four No. 1 Hot 100 hits ("Rolling in the Deep," "Someone Like You," "Set Fire to the Rain" and "Hello") and two chart-topping albums (21 and 25) -- some fans ran wild.
Adele recently confirmed that her long-awaited new album, 30, was coming out on November 19 via Columbia, almost six years to the day after the release of her last album, 2015’s 25. Now she has shared the album’s first single, “Easy On Me,” via a video. Previous collaborator Xavier Dolan directed the video, which was filmed in Quebec last month. The video starts in the same house where Dolan shot the video for “Hello,” the first single from 25. Watch it below, followed by the album’s cover art.
Fox News’s Neil Cavuto joked about singer Adele’s new song causing a good day for the stock market. “Look what it did for the markets today! They are calling it the Adele rally. Okay, maybe they are not, but I am,” Cavuto said. “That why I’m making a big deal...
The Adele rumour mill is running at full speed this week, with talk of new music, new performances and a new video all popping up in Twitter theories surrounding the British singer. While none of the rumours have been confirmed, fans get such a small amount of intel out of the tightly guarded Adele camp that we can’t help but jump on any potential information on new Adele content. Our bodies are always ready.
Hello from the other side! Adele is finally back with her a taste of fourth studio album after several years away — and it’ll be entirely worth the wait. The 33-year-old gave fans a glimpse of the first single, “Easy On Me,” from her forthcoming record in an Instagram clip on Tuesday, October 5. In the video, Adele puts a cassette tape into a car stereo and drives with the window rolled down. The full song is due out on October 15.
Have I cried to Adele's new song "Easy on Me"? Yes. Will I stare out the window of a car dramatically as I listen to it? Yes. Is it making me reflect on the divorce I haven't had? Yes. Have I twerked to it? No, but Lizzo is making me question why that is. And I don't have a good answer.
Below, we've rounded up the most important revelations from Adele's interviews with Vogue. In Adele's interview, she mentioned that she hasn't tried to replicate the success of "Hello," which hit the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2015. “I don’t want another song like that. That song catapulted me in fame to another level that I don’t want to happen again. I’m not saying I’ve got ‘Hello’s in my pocket. I was just conscious that I didn’t want my story on this album to sound like that,” the singer explained.
Way back in February 2020, Adele announced that her new album would be out in September. Likely due to the pandemic, that did not happen. We’ve now been through two Septembers since then with no new Adele album. Even her SNL hosting debut did not turn out to be promo for a new LP.