Will “25” be Adele’s another Grammy Winner? (the Track-by- Track Down-Low)
Amazing news for the fans of Adele, who is set to release her new album “25”, after a five years long hiatus from the music industry, on this November. Although in 2012, she contributed her talent to “Skyfall”, earning major amount of respect worldwide, it’s her first studio album after the birth of her son, Angelo, and her last album “21”.
According to Vanity Fair, Adele, 27; made us all wait for a long with a great expectation and this album will be worth the wait. There are total 14 tracks including the bonus ones in the deluxe edition and they are crafted with the collaborations of a few artists such as Bruno Mars, Swedish Pop Star Max Martin and Ryan Tedder from One Republic.
Up until now we have heard two singles from her album and there are more nine tracks to listen. In the nest few lines, we are going to take a closer look on the songs.
“Send my love (to your new lover)”: The peppiest song of Adele’s ventures up until now, has a very cheeky tune, and collaborated with Max Martin.
“Hello”: The song which makes us go through our distant memories and gives us an aura of a favourable melancholia.
“I Miss you”: The passionate bedroom song with a very romantic vibe, surely makes us fall in love again.
“When we were young”: This particular song gives us a typical vibe of “someone like you”, from 21, and a familiar nostalgia persists.
“River Lea”: The one which makes us aware of her childhood surroundings, in a calm and quite London, beside the River Lea.
“Remedy”: A very romantic number which makes us giving love another chance before letting it go.
“Water under the bridge”: The one which is most likely to become our topmost favourite and make us feel happy, because it matters.
Apart from these, there are a few songs like “love in the dark”, “Million years ago”, “All I ask” and “Sweetest devotion”, which are entitled to give us mixed feelings about life. You can get a copy of “25” and listen to these, when it drops on November 20th.
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