Adele is back with her brand new comeback single 'Hello', the first cut from her forthcoming album '25' which is set to be released next month.
The music video for the track was also unveiled this morning (October 23), shot in Montreal and directed by Xavier Dolan, starring Tristan Wilds as Adele's lover.
After months and even years of speculation, Adele set everybody straight this week with an honest and emotional open letter posted to Facebook which gave some details about what we should expect from '25' hits shelves on November 20.
Earlier today after releasing the song to the world along with the video, Adele confirmed 'Hello' would immediately be available for purchase as well as announcing pre-orders were open for her new album.
Nick Grimshaw got the first play of the Adele song on the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show, where the singer herself joined him for its debut.
She said: "I obviously want people to like it. I knew this would be the first thing everyone heard from me."
Adele also discussed her stardom, commenting: "Fame is not real. And I don't want to live a fake life. Sometimes I have my moments, but not that often, when I think it would be a lot easier to be on a yacht all the time.
"But I don't want to be on a yacht - I'm scared of the sea!
"I find fame quite frightening and I find it really toxic. It's very charming and it's very persuasive but it doesn't last so why would you want to get involved in something that you will miss so much when it's gone? And it always goes."
When Nick finally got to debut the track, Adele cried in the studio and the radio host admitted he was also fighting back tears.
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