Simple yet very effective
Ever since November we’ve been on an Adele-themed high, when the multi-Grammy award winning singer returned from a four year hiatus and released her third studio album, 25.
And now, she is treating us to another single from the record breaking album, Send My Love (To Your Lover).
She debuted the video at last night’s memorable Billboard Awards, where she picked up five awards, including Top Artist, Top Female Artist, and Top Selling Single for Hello.
Every time Adele was a super-duper human being
The video is directed by Patrick Daughters, who’s responsible for killer videos such as Maps by Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs and Muse’s Stockholm Syndrome.
And Adele might be turning to her buddies from Muse for help next month, when she headlines Glastonbury. After she admitted that she was nervous and worried she was ‘too boring’ to play on the iconic Pyramid Stage on the Saturday night, Muse front man Matt Bellamy has offered a quite frankly genius way to calm her nerves.
‘The best thing for her to do would be to come the night before, watch us and come on and sing a song with us,’ he told Nick Grimshaw. ‘That will take the pressure off, that will be a no pressure moment. A lot of people, if they are nervous, they will just lock themselves away and then the first time they see [the stage] is when they go on and you can really brick it.’
If this happens, our lives will immediately be 80% better.