Adele's release date for brand new album revealed online
The release date for British singing sensation Adele's new album has been revealed online.
In case your memory needs refreshing, Adele exploded onto the music scene when she was just nineteen with her hit song Chasing Pavements. Since then, she's released countless powerful ballads about love including Someone Like You and Set Fire to the Rain. Her most recent album, 25, was released back in 2015.
Now, she has announced when we will be hearing the long-awaited follow up to 25 at a friend's wedding party.
In the clip above, Adele says "expect my album in September", and the guests at the wedding immediately begin to cheer.
Prior to this footage surfacing, the 31-year-old's manager, Jonathan Dickins, told Music Week said that Adele's latest album will be released in 2020 and "the sooner [it comes out] the better."
Needless to say, fans on social media were delighted by the singer finally announcing the release date of her new music.
One excited fan wrote: "Y'all hear that? That's everybody canceling their September releases."
A second remarked:: "adelegend coming to end all of our faves, snatch wigs & grammy’s omg".
Meanwhile, a third simply wrote: "THE QUEEN IS BACK".
Last May when Adele turned 31, she hinted that new music was on the way in an Instagram post, writing: "This is 31…thank f-ing god. 30 tried me so hard but I'm owning it and trying my hardest to lean into it all."
"For the first time in a decade I'm ready to feel the world around me and look up for once," she continued, before adding, "'30' will be a drum n bass record to spite you. Chin up, eh."Watch Adele's emotional Grammy's speech from 2019:
The difficulties referenced in the post are likely the singer's split from her husband Simon Konecki in April 2019 after seven years together.
This exciting announcement comes after the English singer recently hit the headlines for showing off her three stone weight loss while on holiday and because a TV presenter was unable to recognize her after the dramatic transformation.