Singer sensation ‘Adele’ has been rumoured to be visiting Cheltenham in the next few weeks prior to the release of her new album.
Pass me a shot-gun
Her debut album, 19, was released in 2008 to commercial and critical success. Although it has been well documented that much of this album is about whining and moaning about an ex, her second album was pretty much the same – in fact all of her albums have followed a similar vein.
However, concerns have arisen prior to the selling of tickets. Adele has been known to cancel appearances leaving hundreds of fans disgruntled and fed up.
In 2008 Adele cancelled US tour dates to be with a former boyfriend. Adele was later quoted as saying “I’m like, ‘I can’t believe I did that.’ It seems so ungrateful…. I was drinking far too much and that was kind of the basis of my relationship with this boy. I couldn’t bear to be without him, so I was like, ‘Well, I’ll just cancel my stuff then.'”
On questioning Adele about her musical talents and potential poor attendance Adelle was a little more philosophical.
Whining and whinging
In an exclusive interview with the Cheltenham Hurrah, Adele was keen to point out how her music had been built upon failing relationships and how rubbish men are. “I agree” she stated, “I have spent most of my career whining and whinging about men and how hopeless I’ve been with relationships”.
Look at my dosh
When pushed by the Cheltenham Hurrah on why all of her songs pretty much sounded the same she gave our reporter a cheeky smile. “Yes” she giggled, flashing her new rolex, “Even I’m getting tired of it now, but to be fair I’ve made quite a bit of dosh from it, haven’t I?”
New music style
Adele was keen to point out that her new album is going to be an exciting change in genre. “For too long now my songs have been hum-drum and woe is me, I’m now looking to be more upbeat with a possible dance remix album version coming out in the new year”. This will obviously be a new twist in her musical ventures. “I just hope it pleases my loyal followers” Adele was quick to point out.
New album title
Keen to mention that she is moving away from her past negativity she has decided to call her new album; ‘Ok, maybe I’m the problem’.