ADELE announced her fourth album will be out this September, while performing at a London pub.
The superstar, 31, took to the stage at The Mason’s Arms in Battersea, south west London, and told guests: “Expect my album in September.”
She belted out her 2010 hit Rolling In The Deep and Candi Staton’s Young Hearts Run Free at the venue, which had been hired out to celebrate her best friend’s wedding.
Adele had earlier officiated the celebration between author Laura Dockrill, 33, and Maccabees guitarist Hugo White, also 33.
It’s the first time she has been seen performing one of her songs since her two sell out concerts at Wembley Stadium in June 2017.
Singers Florence Welch, 33, Jessie Ware, 35, and Jack Penate, also 35, were among other guests at the raucous bash.
Videos shared online showed Adele singing along to Spice Up Your Life by the Spice Girls and Beyonce’s Crazy In Love.
She was also seen holding a bottle of wine while cheering on a band who also performed at the party.
The as-yet untitled album will be her first in five years, following up 2015’s 25 which featured hits Hello and When We Were Young.
Her second record 21 is the best-selling album of the 21st century so far, having sold more than 25million copies.
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It will be her first release since she announced her split from husband Simon Konecki, 45, last April after seven years together.
All three of her albums have been named after her age but while promoting her last collection in 2015 she suggested her next release would break the trend.
She said: “I think this will be my last age one. I’m sure I’m wrong with this but I feel there’s been a massive change in me in the last couple of years.”
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