ADELE has released the first of its new song Easy on Me – revealing it’s out next week.
The 33-year-old star posted a 20-second clip on his social media accounts today, in which the snippet was cut before the lyrics of the song began.
Instead, a dreamy piano intro can be heard, seemingly accompanying the music video.
Black and white footage shows Adele looking into a rear-view mirror and putting a cassette in her car before driving down a country road.
Sheets of music fly through his rear window, with the rear of the car stacked high with luggage.
The singer simply captioned the post: “Easy on me – October 15th” – sending her followers into frenzy.
One wrote: “Adele’s power few seconds video! We can’t wait!!! Bravo.”
Another simply said: “Holly f**k”.
Easy on Me will be Adele’s first new music in six years, with her fourth studio album expected to be released next month.
Last week, fans went into meltdown as they speculated she would reveal the name of her new album when a series of mysterious billboards with ’30’ on them were put up around the world.
The title ’30’ would correspond to Adele’s preferred way of naming her albums, as all three of her studio albums are named after her age at the time of writing; 19, 21 and 25.
Since her last album, the singer has gone on a major health kick for the sake of her eight-year-old son, Angelo, who reportedly shed seven stones at her.
While mocking her new look while hosting the US TV show Saturday Night Live last October, Adele joked: “I know I look really, really different since you last saw me.
“But actually because of all the covid restrictions and travel restrictions, I had to travel to Prakash and I could only bring half, and this is the half that I have chosen.”
Former East London girl Adele, who lives in a £7.7 million Beverly Hills mansion and claims 15 Grammy Awards, recently went Instagram official with boyfriend Rich Paul.
She shares Angelou with ex-husband Simon Konecki.
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