Adele reveals release date for album ’25’


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Adele reveals the release date of her upcoming album ’25.’

Ricky Lewis

Grab your tissues, because Adele is back after a long four years to share her heart with the world once again. The pop star will be releasing a new album titled 25. 

The singer announced via Instagram Thursday that her album will be released Nov. 20.


25 out November 20th

A photo posted by @adele on Oct 22, 2015 at 6:55am PDT

Adele’s first single from 25, “Hello”, was released Friday, Oct. 23 and is now available for purchase. The music video was released the same day and is available on YouTube for viewing.

The video set a new record for most viewed video on day one with 27.7 million views on YouTube. The previous record holder was Taylor Swift with her video for “Bad Blood.” “Hello” is currently topping the charts at No. 1 in the iTunes Music Store.

“Billboard” was the first to confirm the album’s tracklist for 25. It will feature 11 songs, with three bonus tracks exclusively sold at Target. 

1. “Hello”

2. “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)”

3. “I Miss You”

4. “When We Were Young” 

5. “Remedy”

6. “Water Under The Bridge”

7. “River Lea”

8. “Love In The Dark”

9. “Million Years Ago”

10. “All I Ask”

11. “Sweetest Devotion”

12. “Cant Let Go”*

13. “Lay Me Down”*

14. “Why Do You Love Me”*

*Bonus tracks 

“25” will be Adele’s first album release since her previous album “21.”

“21” featured songs “Rolling in the Deep” and “Turning Tables.” The album was a huge success in 2011, taking home a whopping seven Grammys. Adele topped the sales charts selling 5.82 million copies. Adele’s “21” was inspired by a relationship she was in at the time. 

In a Facebook post Oct. 21, Adele said, “My last record was a break-up record and if I had to label this one I would call it a make-up record. I’m making up with myself.” 


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Posted by Adele on Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Turning 25 was a big turning point in Adele’s life and in this album her fans will get to experience a little of what she went through. Although the singer is now 27, she is taking the time to look back at her life and reflect. 
In an interview with Zane Lowe from Beats 1 she said that she would stop naming her albums after her age. 
“I think this will be my last age one. I think the next one is probably going to be called Adele. The real me.”