Adele is back and is already heavy on the promotion trail.

Adele has already recorded many interviews, shot a video, release a song and now she is on the cover of the magazine ID.  Magazine covers don't happen over night so it means that Adele and her PR Team have been working on this launch for a while.

Adele look flawless on the cover of 'ID' magazine. Sadly the magazine and interview won't be out till tomorrow October 27th but thats only a few hours away. Check out more at 

Here is some of the interview.  Sadly it sounds like Adele had a child and became 60.  She sounds so boring.
In a similar way to Someone Like YouHello, which is produced by Greg Kurstin, feels like "a moment." It makes your heart rise and fall and rise again. "The song is about hurting someone's feelings but it's also about trying to stay in touch with myself, which sometimes can be a little bit hard to do," she explains. "It's about a yearning for the other side of me. When I'm away, I really, really miss my life at home. The way that I feel when I'm not in England, is..." she pauses, "desperation. I can't breathe anywhere else." Why? "I dunno. I'm so attached to my whole life here. I get worked up that I'm missing out on things. So Hello is about wanting to be at home and wanting to reach out to everyone I've ever hurt - including myself - and apologize for it."
It struck me initially that it might be about an apology of sorts to the guy she used to date, the one Someone Like You is about. "Oh, god no," she says immediately. "That's over and done with, thank fuck. That's been over and done with for fucking years. No, it's not about anyone specifically. It's about friends, ex-boyfriends, it's about myself, it's about my family. It's also about my fans as well. I feel like everyone thinks I'm so far away and I'm not. Everyone thinks I live in fucking America, I don't." She has that British working-class mentality that all British working class people share - we hate the idea that anyone would ever think we've sold out, forgotten our roots. "Sometimes I think people worry about chatting to me, that I've changed. But I like to think I haven't. I don't feel like I have."
She plays eight tracks in total. Rolling In The Deep producer Paul Epworth pops up on the ghostly hymn of I Miss You. Adele nods along, eyes tight shut. It's about sex, right? She breaks out another huge laugh. "It's about intimacy on every level. It's about sex, it's about arguing, one of the most intimate moments in my life. 'Cause you just blurt it out. It's a bit like, a drunk tongue is an honest one. That's definitely my motto, in life. That's why I don't really like drinking no more. The panic you get when you wake up the next morning." Even Adele gets The Fear.
When We Were Young could be the album's Rolling In The Deep. A great big fat love song, it's a 70s styled shimmery disco ballad produced by Ariel Rechtshaid and co-written with Tobias Jesso Jr., an unknown (until Adele tweeted about him to her 23.4m followers) who she discovered after hearing his song Hollywood. She flew to LA and recorded it on Philip Glass's piano, as you do, at Tobias's friend's nan's house in Brentwood. "It used to be this mad party house and for some reason his piano was there so we wrote the song on that."

ADELE COVERS 'ID' MAGAZINE WINTER 2015 ADELE COVERS 'ID' MAGAZINE WINTER 2015 Reviewed by JJSantoro on October 26, 2015 Rating: 5