Adele shares new album 30 cover, says divorce left her ‘sobbing and consumed with grief’

On Wednesday, British pop diva Adele officially posted on Instagram, information that her fans had already guessed thanks to the teasers that were released, weeks ago. It is official! Adele’s fourth album is called 30. She released the artwork on Instagram, on Wednesday. The album is similar to the pattern of earlier albums as Adele was 30 when she separated from husband Simon Konecki.

The cover features a side profile shot of the singer. Her profile can be seen against a blue-green background. She added a simple title: “30-November 19.”

She also shared a lengthy statement where she spoke of the many nights when she was “sobbing and was consumed with grief” due to the breakdown of her marriage and this provided the inspiration for her latest album—30.

The Grammy award winner spoke of the “inner turmoil” she struggled with and the “blistering home truths” that she had to face. She also noted that although she liked routine and consistency she had thrown herself “into a maze of absolute mess and inner turmoil.”

She said that this album was her “ride or die” and was conceived during the a time when she faced the most turbulence, ever. She also spoke of the friends who supported her during those difficult times. She spoke of facing a few mental health issues.

In April 2019, Adele and charity CEO Simon said that they were separating. Five months later the singer filed for divorce. They had dated for seven years. They were married for two years. They have an eight-year old son Angelo, whom they co-parent.

The Someone Like You singer is now dating Rich Paul, a sports manager with high profile sports clients including LeBron James. Adele said that it was wild and she felt safe with Paul in a recent Vogue interview. She said that she didn’t feel anxious or nervous or frazzled.

Her last LP 25 was released in 2015 and sold 23 million copies. Her current album 30 was to be dropped in 2020 but was delayed due to COVID-19. The Hello singer’s record label Sony is planning a November release. The tracks will reflect on her divorce.


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