Here’s the difference between you and Adele.
Your childhood photos are adorable, yet sometimes embarrassing, reminders of your past, and hers are used to sell records. Lots of records.
On Friday, the superstar revealed “When We Were Young” as the second single off her record-smashing album “25.” Appropriately, the single’s artwork features an adorably awkward childhood photo of the British singer.
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If you were one of the many millions of people who bought “25,” then you’ve surely been listening on repeat, but it’s also worth the time to revisit her live performance of the song at London’s The Church Studios, which was released this past November.