Adele Admits She Went to “Hell and Back” While Getting Over Simon Konecki’s Divorce


Adele Admits to Going to “Hell and Back” During Her Divorce From Simon Konecki

Adele is opening up about some of the inspiration behind her tear-jerking songs as she prepares to release her new album 30, which she is teasing.

Adele sits down with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe in her most recent interview, revealing that she began working on this album to cope with her tumultuous divorce from ex-husband Simon Konecki.

“This album was like it really helped me,” Adele said.

“It did, it did, it did, it did, it did, it did, it did,”

And I truly believe, as I said when we first started the interview, ‘There isn’t an occasion, a scenario, or a feeling where there isn’t the perfect song for it somewhere.’ I truly believe, and I’m not being arrogant or anything like that here; it was just like, my hell.

“However, I truly went to hell and back.”

She went on to say that she was forced to make a difficult decision in order to do what was best for their shared 9-year-old son Angelo.

“I realized I didn’t like myself,” she explained.

“And I think I just got into that thing of just going through the motions, like most other human beings, especially those my age.”

I needed to get over there, but I wasn’t opening my eyes and seeing what was actually going on at the time, or enjoying the world around me, or anything like that.”

She claims that her latest project will benefit others and may even save a few lives.

“I believe that some of the songs on this album have the potential to really help people,” Adele said.

“Change people’s lives for the better.”

And I believe that a song like “Hold On” has the potential to save a few lives.

“I truly believe in it.”

“There were times when I was writing these songs, and even when I was mixing them and stuff like that, when I thought to myself, ‘Maybe I don’t need to put this album out.’ Like, perhaps I should write another.”

She explained, “It’s just because music is my therapy.”

She says she’s not worried about trying to keep up with the viral trends on TikTok now that she’s back to focusing on her career.

“Who’s making music for my generation if everyone’s making TikTok music?” she wondered.

“Who is making the music for my peers? I’ll gladly do it.”

I’d rather serve people who are on the same level as me…

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Adele Admits She Went to ‘Hell and Back’ While Powering Through Her Divorce From Simon Konecki

Adele Admits She Went to ‘Hell and Back’ While Powering Through Her Divorce From Simon Konecki

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