Adele has announced the release date of her highly anticipated fourth album, 30.
On Wednesday afternoon, the featured singer revealed that her new album would arrive on November 19, almost six years after its last release, 25.
He also presented the album’s artwork, which is shown in side profile.
Along with the album title, release date, and artwork, Adele shared a small passage detailing the creation of 30.
“It was definitely not where I expected it to be when I started it almost three years ago,” he explained. “It simply came to our notice then.
“I rely on routine and consistency to feel safe, I always have it. And yet I was consciously, willingly, throwing myself into a maze of absolute clutter and inner agitation.
“I learned a lot of truths and bubbles in my path. I swept many layers but I also wrapped myself in others. I discovered genuinely useful and healthy mindsets to direct, and I feel like I finally found my feeling again. I would go on to say I never felt it again. quiet in my life. And so I’m ready to finally release this album. “
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Explaining how the album went through “the most turbulent period of my life,” Adele continued, “When I wrote it, it was my friend who came with a bottle of wine and took it to cheer me on. My wise friend who always gives the best advice. Not to forget the one who is wild and says, “it’s your return from Saturday, girls, fuck it, you only live once.”
“The friend who would stay up all night and just hold my hand while I sobbed relentlessly and didn’t know why. The friend who would pick me up and take me somewhere told me I didn’t want to go, but just wanted to get out of the house. for some vitamin D.
“That friend who put me in and left a magazine with a face mask and some bath salts to make me feel loved by unwittingly reminding me just what month it really was, but that I should probably exercise a little care.
“And then that friend who, no matter what happened, registered me even though I stopped registering with them because I had been very consumed by my own pain. I have meticulously rebuilt my home and my heart since then and this album narrates it.”
“The house is where the heart is,” he concluded.