Adele reveals new single When We Were Young as 25 is reportedly leaked

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Adele has released a full, live version of another song from her new album 25, titled When We Were Young. Having taken the world by storm with her comeback track Hello last month, the 27-year-old posted the video of a full performance of another track on her YouTube page.

The second glimpse at what fans can expect from her highly anticipated disc comes as two-minute snippets of all the songs have reportedly been leaked online.

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American music trade paper Billboard reported on Tuesday that excerpts of each of the album's 11 songs were available online, just days before the official release date of 25 on Friday.

Some fans of the songstress even appeared to get their hands on the album, claiming they had bought it in American retailer Target – which was later denied by Adele's representative.



Filmed at The Church venue, Adele is seen preparing for the performance with her make-up team as she happily chats to her backing singers while having her hair styled.

Adele, who is currently in New York promoting her latest album, co-wrote the song with Canadian musician Tobias Jesso Jr. Speaking in an interview with SiriusXM of the inspiration behind the track, the songbird said: "Seeing everyone that you've ever fallen out with, everyone that you've ever loved, everyone that you've never loved, and stuff like that.

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"And where you can't find the time to be in each other lives and you're all thrown together at this party when you're like 50, and it doesn't matter and you have so much fun and you feel like you're 15 again. So that's the kind of vibe of it really... My favourite lyric in it is 'You look like a movie, you sound like a song / My God this reminds me of when we were young.'"

Hello topped the charts in over 100 countries, while her upcoming album 25 topped the iTunes pre-order chart in 93 countries. 25 will be released on Friday.

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