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The hugely popular singer also shocked fans by dropping the music video with the single and -now they have picked up on a heartbreaking detail linking the clip to two of her previous videos.
Easy On Me's video begins in the familiar, black and white melodramatic territory Adele is famous for before shifting to colour.
In some scenes Adele can be seen in a plum-coloured room surrounded by furniture.
Fans were quick to note that Adele belts notes while sitting in a chair in an empty house in two of her previous videos; Hello, from 2015, and 2011’s Rolling in the Deep, the latter has the most sparse background with most of the furniture still wrapped in plastic.
Now the singer has a chandelier, upturned chairs and matching plum curtains.
It’s been 11 years but it seems Adele is finally finishing her house. We love that for her!
An Adele fan account tweeted a composite picture with screen grabs from all three music videos.
“This is poetry,” one fan tweeted in response.
While a second fan shared: “I cackled.”
And a third person hailed the 33-year-old singer the “queen of renovating!”
Mum-of-one Adele is releasing her hotly-anticipated new album, 30, later this month – and fans are already losing it after hearing her latest track.
Easy On Me sees Adele singing about being vulnerable, and asking her partner to go ‘easy’ on her.
There are also thought to be references to her divorce from husband Simon Konecki in 2019; Adele sings about how she and her partner were “stuck” in their ways and how she tried “hard” to make their relationship work, but at some point, she has to “give up.”
“When we are both so deeply stuck in our ways / You can’t deny how hard I’ve tried / I’ve changed who I was to put you both first/ But now I givе up,” she croons.
Maybe we'll see Adele on Selling Sunset in her next music video.
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