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Get Your Speakers Ready Because Adele Is Reportedly Releasing A Surprise Album

And it’s apparently set to be different to her usual heartbreak anthems.
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Queen of the heartbreak ballad, Adele, is reportedly releasing a new album in a matter of weeks.

According to The Sun, the ‘Hello’ singer has been working on new music that reflects her loved-up relationship with fiancé Rich Paul.

A source reportedly told the publication: “Some of 30 [her last album] was actually recorded before the pandemic hit, so Adele was sat on the record for ages during lockdown.”

“Since then her life has totally transformed. She has gone from rock bottom to being madly in love and wants the world to know it,” they added.

So anyone currently going through heartbreak might want to avert their ears, because the new music is reported to be Adele’s “most optimistic ever.”

Adele and fiancé, Rich Paul. (Credit: Image: Getty)

The singer has previously shared that her last album, 30, was inspired by her divorce from Simon Konecki in 2019, with whom she shares a son, Angelo, 10.

In an Apple Music interview she said, “It was like it really helped me, this album. It really, really did. And I truly do believe, like, when we started the interview where I was like, ‘There’s not an occasion or a scenario or a feeling where there is not the perfect song for it somewhere.’ I really do believe, and I’m not being arrogant or anything like that here, it’s just, like, it was my hell. But I really went to hell and back.

The 12-song album shared incredibly candid details about their divorce, including voice notes from a conversation where Adele attempts to explain the separation to Angelo.

At the end of ‘My Little Love,’ Angelo can be heard saying to his mum, “Oi, I feel like you don’t love me,” to which Adele responds, “You know mummy doesn’t like anyone else like I like you, right?” Cue the tears. 

So while Adele is yet to confirm or deny the rumours, we’ll be mentally prepping for the album that we’ll surely play on repeat, no matter when it’s released.

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