After ‘Hello’ breaks records, check out Adele’s nostalgic, new song 'When We Were Young'

Even as Adele's powerful single 'Hello' is breaking records all over, the British singer has released a brand new song from her forthcoming album. And if you liked 'Hello', you're going to love 'When We Were Young'.

FP Staff November 17, 2015 16:29:17 IST
After ‘Hello’ breaks records, check out Adele’s nostalgic, new song 'When We Were Young'

Even as Adele's powerful  single 'Hello' is breaking records all over, the British singer has released a brand new song from her forthcoming album. And if you liked 'Hello', you're going to love 'When We Were Young'.

Adele debuted a sneak peak taken from '25' during a recent interview with 60 Minutes Australia and a video of the full song was later uploaded on YouTube.

After Hello breaks records check out Adeles nostalgic new song When We Were Young

Adele in a screengrab from the video.

The six-minute video is 'Live at The Church' and features the singer unplugged as she belts out the latest number. She is accompanied by background vocals and musicians in a green room like set up and the overall vibe is of a casual jam session.

'When We Were Young' has all the ingredients of an Adele hit - poignant lyrics, a strong melody and her emphatic vocals. Sample this: "Let me photograph you in this light in case it is the last time, So we might be exactly like we were before we realized. It was just like a movie, it was just like a song, when we were young.

Adele had announced her new album, titled '25', in October saying, "I'm sorry it took so long, but you know, life happened."

Revealing details of the long-awaited follow-up, the English singer said that her 25th birthday marked a turning point. "My last record was a break-up record and if I had to label this one, I would call it a make-up record. I'm making up with myself. Making up for lost time. Making up for everything I ever did and never did," she wrote.

Watch the full video here

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