US News Organizations Appreciate Adele’s Album “30” Ahead of Official Release

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“  30  ”, Adèle’s fourth studio album will be released this Friday, November 19, 2021 (in a few hours). While the official presentation is not yet made, the most sworn structures have had an exclusive preview of the project which, according to both, resonates loudly. The point is, it bills itself as the most triumphant heartbreak album to date, because in the end, the British superstar finds love – with herself.

30, “the hardest and most powerful album to date”.

It is drawn between impatience and a forced serenity, that the musical world awaited the arrival of the project which will succeed the opus ”  25  ” of Adele, released 6 years ago now . Preceded very well by the single ”  Easy on Me  ” which dominated the Billboard Hot 100 , as well as the Billboard Global 200 and the Billboard Global Excl, the long awaited album ” 30  ” is released today.

 However, it should be noted that for four consecutive weeks in the American charts, before the arrival of the disc, the British singer-songwriter and performer did not have time to digest her divorce from her ex-husband Simon Konecki and help their 9-year-old son Angelo to do so as well. It is, moreover, a mark of resilience that has been highly praised by album critics. We invite you to read here the point of view of the largest American media regarding the album that we will discover in a few hours.

Critics’ opinion on “30”

The New York Times : “… Adele’s songs present her as her own target and her own unfinished self-improvement project. The central style of the album is secular gospel, Adele’s voice coming together to hymn-like piano chords, seeking faith not in a higher power but in herself. ” 

The Guardian  :  “Producing an album that is different from its predecessors, without being different enough to scare anyone away, is a significant feat, especially under the circumstances. Considering their sales numbers, you can’t fault Adele for refusing to tinker with a formula that clearly isn’t broken. “

The Independent : “Adele has always been outspoken – every bad feeling you’ve had, she admitted to feeling them too – but there’s a new immediacy here. The previous songs spoke in platitudes and in broad strokes. … She takes a different approach from her fellow heartache expert Taylor Swift who instead wraps real-life details such as a “red scarf” around her songs like a bow as a gift to her fans – but the effect on the listener is the same: emotional connection. And then the devastation. “

The Telegraph  :  “Struggling with the guilt, shame and insecurity of her recent divorce, but imbued with a sense of liberation, self-forgiveness and a budding new romance, Adele Adkins achieved what could well be the most powerful album for women since that of Carole King. Classic tapestry from 1971. Or at least since Adele’s own classic in 2011, which beats the world, 21. “

Rolling Stone  :“Adele has never looked more fierce than she does in 30 – more sensitive to her own feelings, more virtuoso in shaping them into songs in the key to her damn life. It is his hardest and most powerful album to date. “

USA Today: “After more than a decade in the limelight, Adele’s songs have become as synonymous with heartbreak as ice cream and romantic comedies. But as she wisely demonstrates over 30, it’s never too late to turn things around and fall in love with yourself for a change. “

NPR  :  “30, on the other hand, engages with the world – through lyrics that swap adolescent romanticism for true self-examination, arrangements that reflect the present moment, and a vocal presence as warm and multifaceted as it is. ‘s Adele in the interviews and her patter scene, where she’s a friend telling long stories and making jokes, not a gravitational force. “

Los Angeles Times : “’To Be Loved’ – the penultimate track on 30 12 tracks, due Friday – culminates in what can only be described as a howl of pain, Adele’s famous God-given instrument so volcanic it’s hard to believe everyone in LA didn’t stop the day she recorded it and wonder what they just heard. “

Variety  :  “. . . While 30 is at times the rawest, most understated record to date, it also manages to be the funniest, in its emotionally agitated way, on the other hand, as Adele mixes it up with an array of pastiche producers and stylists. to come up with something that has a sense of the game to go with all the sadness and self-laceration. It’s a kick in the pants as well as a solid scream. And the fact that it feels a bit messier than his other albums is all the more appropriate for a trip through a divorce court of mind. “

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