Adele may be the industry’s leading sales force, but she’s not resting on her earlier success in the promotional push for her comeback single ‘Easy On Me.’
The soaring ballad serves as the lead release from the superstar’s fourth studio album ’30,’ which due November 19 via Columbia Records.
This morning, the British belter embarked on a full-on round of radio interviews with several stations in the UK – including BBC Radio 1, Capital FM, and Hits.
Across her various chats, the 33-year-old opened up about her LP which she revealed was actually meant to be released last year.
She shared that ‘Easy’ is not indicative of the entire album. Instead, she said it was purposefully rolled out first to quench the thirst of those with an appetite for her established sound.
Interestingly, the performer also addressed murmurs surrounding her live plans. Namely touring and the reported Las Vegas residency. The latter of which seems likely based on her response.
Check out the interviews below
We’re elated to have Ms. Adkins back.
‘Easy On Me’ has been on repeat and we can’t wait to hear the rest of the ’30’ album.