Adele sounds ‘better than ever’ on her new album as she prepares for comeback

Adele sounds "better than ever" on her new album, according to her collaborator Ryan Tedder.

The OneRepublic frontman worked with Adele on songs including Rumour Has It and Remedy, and now he's given fans a hint about what to expect on her next record.

Speaking to The Sun , he insisted he wasn't going to give away too much as he needs to "stay completely mum on new Adele".

However, he added: "I’ll just say that she sounds better than ever.”

Adele’s fourth studio album is set to drop in September this year.

The singer let slip the release date last month when she took to the stage at her best friend's wedding.  

She treated guests to a performance of her hit song Rolling in the Deep during the celebrations.

As she took the mic she also revealed when she'll release new music, telling them to "expect my album in September".

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This will be Adele's first release since her album 25, five years ago.

She hasn't revealed the name of the album as of yet, but her previous albums have correlated to the age she released them.

Unlike her previous records – 19, 21 and 25 – this one will likely not be titled after her age at the time she wrote them.

In 2016, the singer said of her record 25: "This is the last album after my age. I believe in trilogies, yeah. The next one is just gonna be ‘Adele’."

The new album follows a difficult year for the star, during which she filed for divorce from her husband Simon Konecki after five years together.

The pair share eight-year-old son Angelo.

Their split is said to be due to them moving "in different directions and to different continents”, with Adele preferring the US, while Simon likes living in the UK.

Songs are set to dive deep into her emotions as a contrast to the singer’s personal life which is very much private.

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