Adele Is Struggling to Write New Album Because She Isn't 'Depressed' Enough


Adele Is Struggling to Write New Album Because She Isn't 'Depressed' Enough


The 'Someone Like You' singer, who has been famous for her heartfelt songs, cannot find inspiration for her music while she is content with her life.
Adele is not in the mood to write her fourth album. Fatboy Slim has shared that the "All I Ask" hitmaker is finding it hard to make music and pen lyrics as she is too happy with her life right now. The 53-year-old DJ is neighbors with Adele. They are often pondering about ups and downs in life together, so it is safe to say that he is a quite reliable source.

"Adele told me how she's having difficulty writing her fourth LP," the DJ, whose real name is Norman Quentin Cook, tells Daily Star. "She said: 'I write all my best songs when I'm depressed, and I'm just really happy now.' "

Adele has been famously known for her tear-jerking ballads. Her latest album was "25", which was released in 2015. It topped music charts in several countries and sold over 20 million copies worldwide. The ten-track effort featured a number of hit songs, including "Hello", "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)" and "Water Under the Bridge".

While the 29-year-old songstress is currently having difficulty to write new materials, it seems like we have to wait a little longer for a follow-up album. Additionally, Adele has to rest her voice completely after damaging her vocal cords, so making new music is out of the question for now. In attempt to rest her voice, she reportedly even uses "sign language" to communicate with other people.


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