Adele's new album will be called '25' and the singer will be heading out on tour in 2015, a tweet sent via the official Twitter account of the World Music Awards.
Adele's new album will be called '25', according to official Twitter account of the World Music Awards.
The 'Rolling In The Deep' singer has been busy working on her third LP for the past several months and now a tweet posted on the @WORLDMUSICAWARD account has claimed the title will be the much-rumoured '25'.
According to the post, Adele will also be heading out on tour in 2015.
The post read: ''#adele confirms 2015 Tour After The Release Of Her New Album '25'! (sic)''
Adele previously hinted the LP would be called '25' after she turned 26 years old in May.
She made a post on her Twitter account which read: ''Bye bye 25... See you again later in the year x (sic)''
The title '25' follows on from the age-related names of her last two records, '19' and '21'.
Since the phenomenal success of '21', which was originally released in 2011, Adele's only other release has been single 'Skyfall' - the theme song of the James Bond film of the same name.
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