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Adele: I want next album to be more piano-led
Adele has announced that her next album will be more piano-led and acoustic.
Speaking to Q magazine, the multi-award winning songstress said that although she is eager to get back into the recording studio, it may take her longer than usual to put out a record as she wants full control over its production.
She said: "It won’t be a big production. I want it to be quite acoustic and piano-led. I want to write it, record it, producer it all and master it on my own."
The star has already gathered writing material for her next album revealing that heartbreak is a creative force.
"If I'm happy, I don't think I'll be writing another album at all," she told the magazine.
Adele's second album 21 has been a massive global success, cementing her place as one of the leading female artists of the century.
The record dominated the album charts with a superb record-breaking run of 11 weeks and was the first ever album in the UK to sell half a million downloads.
The artist is currently taking a break from music commitments after suffering from laryngitis.
As a result of this she had to cancel a planned US tour, which would have given her even greater exposure on the other side of the Atlantic.
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Posted on 5 Jul 2011 14:59 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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