Adele Returns to Studio to Record Third Album
Since the birth of her son in the fall of 2012, Adele hasn’t been in a recording studio to start working on a follow-up to 21. According to The Sun, the singer just returned recently and, based on reports, is working with songwriters and producers James Ford and Kid Harpoon, who have previously collaborated with Florence and the Machine, the Arctic Monkeys, and Jesse Ware.
Although the singer has not made any direct statements about the album’s progress, a source told The Sun: “Adele wants to move with the times and is trying to make her new record sound as edgy as possible. The team she’s assembled is first rate and she’s confident they can help match the success of her first two albums. It’s no easy task as the world will be desperate to hear it.”
With three years between 19 and 21, it’s assumed Adele’s third album may eventually hit stores next year.
This isn’t the first time sources or collaborators have come forward the talk about the singer’s next move. At the end of 2012, U.S.-based collaborator explained that motherhood will have a strong influence on the album – a change for the singer, who focused on heartbreak for her first two releases. Wilson said at the time: “Her music is based around how happy she has been with Simon and the changes that come from being a mother. She has quite a few tunes and people are going to be surprised by the new sound, it’s incredible."
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