Adele gives fans a foretaste of first new music in six years and we're fixated

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Adele gives fans preview of first new song in six years and we’re obsessed

Adele is coming!

As the country plunked down to watch Strictly Come Dancing, Adele was back on socials showering us with an Instagram live stream interestingly as she gets ready for her new music release.

Adele, 33, gave out more goss about her forthcoming album, which is believed to be named 30, on Saturday evening, playing a small part of the verses from her new single to fans.

The video recording that was played contained the verses:

‘There is no gold in this river that I’ve been washing my hands in forever.

‘I know there is hope in these waters, but I can’t bring myself to swim when I am drowning in the silence, baby let me…’

We know Adele’s album is set to be an enthusiastic rollercoaster, with the artist having spoken with regards to it being intensely enlivened from her divorce from spouse Simon Konecki, 47, as a way of aiding her child Angelo, nine, understand the circumstance.

However, there were some diverting moments in the live stream as well, including in all honesty superstar Alicia Keys who had the option to give some technical support.

Reacting to Alicia inquiring: ‘Do you need help baby??’ Adele seemed frustrated as she couldn’t work out how to use the social media app.

She answered: ‘Well yes Alicia, I do need some help. I can’t figure out whose room… someone’s trying to take me into a room.’

Fans before long left a torrent of remarks beneath to pose inquiries about the album, in addition to other things they needed to think about the artist who was born in London.

She gave some sure updates, let fans know how she was presently doing psychologically.

Adele shared: ‘My mental health is very good at the moment. I take it day-by-day and I address whatever comes my way.’

‘It definitely helps me feel better if I take my time. Writing my music… yeah it’s been really therapeutic for sure.’

The vocalist [Adele] shared recently why she thought it was critical to talk about the legal dissolution of her marriage for her child on the record.

She said to Vogue: ‘‘I wanted to explain to him through this record, when he’s in his twenties or thirties, who I am and why I voluntarily chose to dismantle his entire life in the pursuit of my own happiness.

‘It made him really unhappy sometimes. And that’s a real wound for me that I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to heal,’ she added.

Adele additionally clarified why the main single on the album will be so huge.

‘It was the first song I wrote for the album and then I didn’t write anything else for six months after because I was like, “OK, well, I’ve said it all.”