Something is missing in Adele’s Latest Album
December 9, 2015
Adele’s latest album, “25,” is a great album, but it isn’t as good as everyone makes it out to be.
Her album titled “21,” had numerous stand out songs, such as “Rolling in the Deep,” “Rumour Has it”, “Turning Tables,” “Don’t You Remember,” “Set Fire to the Rain,” “He Won’t Go” and “Someone like you.”
Whereas, album “25,” only has a few memorable songs that reach the great potential of her previous songs.
This album seemed to be lacking her heartbreaking sound that she’s given the community in the past. In this album, if you know Adele’s music, then you know something just isn’t the same.
One of the songs on “25,” is called “Send My Love (To Your New Lover).” It’s like a break up letter to her ex.
In the song, she says, “Send my love to your new lover. Treat her better, we gotta let go of all of our ghosts.”
The song isn’t bad, but the upbeat vibe throws off the message in the song. It may have gone better with a classic slow rhythm.
In the album, it’s clear that Adele is wiser, and she’s learned from the things that have caused her pain in the past.
With this being said, she is just not the same Adele. Her vocals are still as amazing as ever, and her sound is still full of soul.
This is what makes “25” different than the rest. It’s clear that Adele is what makes her album’s such a great successes.
On the other hand, there are songs that still move you like her other radio favorites. Such as, “A Million Years Ago,” and “Love in the Dark.”
Those two alone are definitely worth a listen and to be kept on repeat.
“Hello” is the song that attracted listeners to her album, but “25” is what will make her fans fall in love all over again.