Adele releases adorable 'When We Were Young' single artwork

The single is the follow up to 'Hello'

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Although Adele’s third album, 25, was released in November last year, it is still high in the albums charts, currently (as of 6 February) sitting at number four, below Sia and two Bowie albums.

Only now has the second single been released, ‘When We Were Young’, the followup to the monumentally successful ‘Hello’.

With its release, XL has revealed the single’s cover sleeve and it is adorable, showing a very young, grinning Adele polaroid. See below.


Notably, ‘When We Were Young’ is the only track from 25 streaming online, the rest of the album having been kept back from services such as Spotify. 

The single was co-written with Tobias Jesso Jr. - a regular Adele collaborator - and produced by Ariel Rechtshaid.

The singer performed the track before the album’s release for an Australian channel, watch the mesmerising performance here.

Recently, it was revealed that Adele has refused US presidential candidate Donald Trump the use of her songs in his upcoming campaign.