In a in general motormouthed Instagram submit today celebrating her 31st birthday, Adele referred to the challenges she’s faced within the past year — one that saw her splitting with husband Simon Konecki — observed the significance of self-love, regarded ahead to the imminent year being spent “all on myself,” and both hinted at new song… or didn’t.
On the only hand she stated, “31 is going to be a large ol’ yr and I’m going to spend all of it on myself,” and she or he also, presumably jokingly, said “Bunch of f—ing savages, ‘30’ will be a drum n’ bass record to spite you.”
Although the identity of said “savages” was doubtful (the media?) and drum n’ bass seems one of the final musical genres Adele might ever discover, positive media outlets took the declaration at face value.
Variety will do no such thing. It’s been almost 3-and-a-1/2 years considering she launched her most latest studio album — and the fastest-promoting album in records — “25” (she became 27 when it came out); 4-and-a-1/2 years elapsed among that album and its predecessor, “21” (launched while she become 22). Only “19,” released 3 years earlier, hews to the chronological subject matter that she’s lengthy because abandoned, like she cares besides. Next month it will be two years when you consider that she completed her sixteen-month, 100-plus date excursion in support of “25.”