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Adele's record company shutdown unauthorised previews of '25'

Ahead of the release of Adele’s highly anticipated third album later this week, unauthorised previews of ‘25’ appeared online briefly last night (November 17).

‘25’ is set for release this Friday (November 20) and Adele’s record company moved quickly to prevent two minute clips of each track from the LP staying online.

A UK site called Juno Records made previews available yesterday which allowed listeners to hear two minute teasers of all 11 tracks from the ‘Hello’ singer’s comeback record.

However, the page hosting the leaked audio has now been removed.

Adele’s team have also denied rumours on social media that American retailer Target mistakenly stocked their special edition version of ‘25’ in stores ahead of the official release date.

The release of ‘25’ will be marked in the UK by the premiere of a TV special that sees Adele performing live and talking to Graham Norton.

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Listen to Adele performing her new song, ‘When We Were Young’, below:

 

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