From the second Adele’s voice soars into the refrain of her comeback single “Easy on Me,” it’s just like the return of an outdated good friend:
“Go easy on me, baby/I was still a child/I didn’t get the chance to/See the world around me/I had no time to choose what I chose to do/So go easy on me”
The video for the hotly anticipated track was concurrently dropped with the single. Starting off in black-and-white — with a cheeky reference to her “Hello” clip — it will definitely offers solution to coloration as we give solution to all of the feels we’ve been lacking in Adele’s absence.
Indeed, the toughest a part of being an Adele fan is how long she makes you wait for brand spanking new music.
But, lastly, the pop famous person is making it simple on us.
Six excruciatingly long years after we final had new tunes from the 15-time Grammy winner, Adele is having mercy on her legions of followers by releasing her new single “Easy on Me.”
In truth, as a welcome shock, the tune dropped on Thursday evening, a number of hours forward of its initially scheduled launch at midnight on Friday.
The piano ballad — did you actually count on her to return again with a headbanging rocker? — finds Adele, 33, asking for a bit of post-divorce compassion.
In an interview for the November situation of British Vogue that was launched final week, Adele mentioned, “It’s not like anyone’s having a go at me, but it’s like, I left the marriage. Be kind to me as well.”
“Easy on Me” addresses Adele’s divorce from Simon Konecki, the daddy of her 8-year-old son Angelo, which was finalized earlier this year after the couple cut up in 2019. And there’s certainly extra the place that got here from on “30,” Adele’s upcoming album — which, after 2008’s “19,” 2011’s “21” and 2015’s “25,” continues her streak of age-themed titles.
The singer introduced earlier this week that her much-anticipated fourth studio album — for which “Easy on Me” was the primary tune she wrote — could be launched on Nov. 19.
But her new music isn’t as a lot in regards to the breakup as you may count on: “I assumed it would be about my divorce but it’s kind of not,” she told British Vogue.
Indeed, these anticipating a good quantity of ex-bashing from Adele could also be shocked.
“I have to really address myself now. Instead of being like, ‘You effing…’ ” Adele instructed the publication. “I really feel like this album is self-destruction, then self-reflection after which kind of self-redemption.
“But I feel ready. I really want people to hear my side of the story this time,” she added.