Adele’s New Album ’25’ May Be Released This November
It’s been four years since Adele released new music. Since 2011’s 21, fans of the Academy-Award winner have had to make do and humbly press rewind on their iTunes.
However, that might all change in the fall as Billboard reports Adele is set to release her highly anticipated follow up this November. Back in 2014, Adele teased fans with what some believed would be her return to music later that year.
Bye bye 25… See you again later in the year x pic.twitter.com/HEmY14El5s
— Adele (@OfficialAdele) May 4, 2014
Following suit with her two previous albums 19 and 21, her new project will be titled 25. The British singer-songwriter and her camp have been mum on the details but what is known so far, the album will be released via her label XL Recordings. Danger Mouse and Max Martin have all contributed to the project as well as Canadian artist Tobias Jesso Jr who also wrote a reportedly stand out track for the record.
Adele’s musical debut, 19 was released in January 2008 and sold seven million copies worldwide. Her sophomore effort 21–which included the inescapable “Someone Like You” “Rumor Has It” and “Set Fire to The Rain” –sold 30 million copies worldwide by July 2014.
So will you be counting down the days until November?