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ADELE ALBUM: Singer reveals track list for new album

ADELE ALBUM: Singer reveals track list for new album

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Singer Adele has revealed the track list for her fourth studio album, which is set to be released later this month.

Adele has shared the tracklist for her highly awaited new album – revealing a song titled I Drink Wine.

The superstar’s fourth studio record, 30, will arrive on November 19. It is one of the most anticipated music releases in years.

The singer shared the 12-song tracklist online, revealing the album opens with Strangers By Nature and closes with Love Is A Game.

Adele previously said 30 is a reflection of a turbulent period of her life, which included divorcing ex-husband Simon Konecki.

I Drink Wine is the seventh track. Easy On Me, the album’s first single which smashed streaming records upon release last month, is the second song listed.

Others include My Little Love, Cry Your Heart Out, Oh My God and Can I Get It.

The eighth song, All Night Parking, is listed as featuring the late jazz great Erroll Garner.

Woman Like Me, Hold On and To Be Loved are the remaining songs.

Three bonus tracks are included in a deluxe edition of the album with US retail giant Target.

They are Wild Wild West, Can’t Be Together and Easy On Me (with Chris Stapleton).

Adele announced her split from charity boss Konecki in April 2019.

Their divorce was finalised in March this year and they share custody of their nine-year-old son Angelo.

In a recent post on social media, she said the album recording process had made her feel “like I’ve finally found my feeling again”.

Adele had previously announced dates for London performances for 2022 marking her first UK live shows since 2017.

The singer, 33, shared the news on Twitter and Instagram with a picture of herself with her name on it and the words Hyde Park London and the dates July 1 and 2 2022.

She will take to the stage as part of next year’s BST Hyde Park festival, which will also feature performances from Sir Elton John, Duran Duran and Pearl Jam.

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