Adele is the favorite artist of people who has a special and unadulterated feelings especially when it comes to their failed relationships. Her songs intertwined the perfect choice of words and soothing melody resulting to chart-topping hits. It isn’t surprising that fans are highly anticipating her newest singles. Another track soon to be released is entitled “When We Were Young” was previewed last Sunday, Nov.15.
According to RollingStone, the Grammy award-winning singer had an interview with Sirius XM and shared the inspiration behind the song.
“It was based on us being older, and being at a party at this house, and seeing everyone that you’ve ever fallen out with, everyone that you’ve ever loved, everyone that you’ve never loved, and stuff like that, where you can’t find the time to be in each other lives,” Adele said.
Apparently, it will bring again series of nostalgic feelings for the listeners. She also added, “And you’re all thrown together at this party when you’re like 50, and it doesn’t matter and you have so much fun and you feel like you’re 15 again. So that’s the kind of vibe of it really.”
The “25” album singer has co-written the song with Tobias Jesso Jr. It’s impossible not to reminisce memories of a special person in someone’s life with the strong message of the song.
Aside from this, Adele shared to the artists that she loves listening currently.
“I like Chvrches a lot. I like Grimes a lot. Those are the ones who are my favorites that are relatively new, I try to listen to music that might uplift me, but I don’t really connect with it. So mainly, Jeff Buckley. And that’s been my entire life I’ve done that.” Adele explains.
“When We Were Young” is likely to smash numerical records like how “Hello” did. In a report from Billboard, “Hello” gathered more than 50 M views in YouTube for the first 48 hours after its release. Furthermore, it was downloaded for around 1.11 M times in the United States alone for just only the first week. It debuted at the Billboard Hot 100 at the top spot last Saturday, Nov. 14.
Expect Adele’s “When We Were Young” to have a lingering effect on the listeners.
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