The 31-year-old isn't the type to feel the pressure to make music since she is known to take unscheduled breaks just to cool off without a care in the world. But there may be a new one soon. Her YouTube channel is blinking green light for a while now.
Fans are surprised to have discovered her YouTube channel mentioning 13 music videos in the search results, instead of the 12 music videos that are actually there when you enter the channel page. The last music video was for her international hit, 'Hello'.
There are 13 on the outside but 12 on the inside. Source: YouTube
YouTube contains a private feature that allows users to post videos privately. Thus, the new one is out but is not publicly available. An Adele fan page posted on Twitter, "A new video was uploaded today on Adele’s official YouTube channel. The video is not publicly available," with the video count photos from her channel.
The fan page also replied to a comment from another fan who thought the video count was 13 for a long while now. But they've been checking her page and search results since October.
The whole thing, however, seems to be a misunderstanding of some sort, after another fan sorted out the whole thing. The extra video was automatically provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group and is a Live video version of her old song, 'Set Fire to the Rain'. The video does exist but is inaccessible to everyone publicly.
There's no reason to lose hope for new music though. One other reason fans still believe there's something from her is because of the Grammy commercials. The commercial advises viewers to 'expect the unexpected' this season's awards show in dramatic fashion and then the screen cuts to a clip of Adele when she infamously asked to restart her tribute song to George Michael at the 2017 Grammy Awards.
A new album perhaps? If there will be one this year, it would probably be titled 32 as the $200 million worth singer turns 32 this May.
The biggest hint of her new song might be a discussion of the Dickins family at the Eurosonic Noorderslag conference and festival. Jonathan Dickins is the founder of 'September Management', the management company whose Lucy Dickins (agent of the year at the 2019 European Festival Awards) manages Adele.