Adele’s New Song Is Every Bit As Good As You Want It to Be


We were teased yesterday on Twitter and Facebook by an ad for an exclusive performance on 60 Minutes Australia. Now you can watch the full performance of Adele’s new new song, “When We Were Young,” the follow up to her first single in three years, “Hello”, and the second song from the forthcoming album “25.” The film clip is directed by Paul Dugdale, and shot at The Church Studios, the legendary north London recording spot.

For fans of Adele, the main feeling is relief—that it’s a real comeback. Here’s the conversation I had with Mother Jones creative director Ivylise Simones when she texted me urgently this morning with the link:

Here’s that teaser for the 60 Minutes interview:

And just for the die-hard fans, here’s a GIF of that diva moment, sized for Twitter’s 2MB limit, to be used at your leisure:

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