Adele Fans Spot ‘Homemade Bond’ in Music Videos After New Single Easy On Me Released


Adele fans have spotted a hidden home link in her new video for Easy On Me, linking it to the Hello and Rolling in the Deep videos.

The 33-year-old British singer released her first single in six years on Friday at midnight.

Easy On Me is the first record of Adele’s upcoming fourth studio album, 30, and her long-awaited release was accompanied by a music video, much to the delight of fans across the world.

The video in question shows the slimmed-down star leaving a house and heading out onto the open road.

Eagle-eyed viewers on Twitter quickly spotted a link to his previous clips for Hello and Rolling in the Deep.



Adele fans quickly spotted a “hidden house” link to her older music in the music video for her new song Easy On Me.

In Adele’s music video for her track 21 Rolling in the Deep, we can see her sitting in a house under construction.

Four years later, the singer returned with her debut 25 single Hello, which showed her returning home after an on-screen romance with 90210 star Tristan Wilds.

As fans have pointed out, the house in question is the same house Adele leaves in her Easy On Me video.

Many fans believe this represents her decision to part ways with husband Simon Konecki in 2019.



In her video Hello, we can see Adele returning to the same house she left in the video Easy on Me.
In her video Hello, we can see Adele returning to the same house she left in the video Easy on Me.

One fan pointed out: “Adele built a house with Rolling in the Deep with 21, moved in / came back to this house with Hello at 25 and now she is finally leaving her with Easy on me at 30.

“A story through pure art. Thank you for coming back.”

Adele separated from her husband Simon just a year after their marriage in 2018.

The former couple also share an eight-year-old son named Angelo.



In the Rolling in the Deep music video, Adele was building the same house
In the Rolling in the Deep music video, Adele was building the same house

Speaking previously about how the painful separation inspired her new album, which will be released next month, Adele told Vogue: “I wanted to explain to [Angelo] through this record, when he’s in his twenties or thirties, who I am and why I voluntarily chose to dismantle his whole life in search of my own happiness.

“It made him really miserable sometimes.

“And it’s a real wound for me that I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to heal.”

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