Adele Opens Up About New Album and Working With Danger Mouse

11/19/2015
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(Radio.com) Adele sat down with Beats 1 host Zane Lowe to discuss her imminent new album 25. Adele opened up about writing the album, working with producer Danger Mouse, and how her love songs have changed since 21 (via Fader).

The time she spent with producer Danger Mouse was an experience she'd like to duplicate. "He's like a sponge, he just soaks everything up all around him," she said. "I went to his studio in L.A. When I was there--I just love him. Next time I'll probably spend a month to six weeks just working with him."

If she'd had her way, the first single from 25 would have been "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)," but ultimately that "more poppy" song was less representative of the album as whole.

Many of her new tracks are love songs, which she describes as focusing on "overcoming obstacles in relationships." She added, "And that's actually the best feeling in the world. I've never really had that. I'm also super fascinated by going from loving someone so much to hating them." Read more here.

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