Adele Hello Video Clips Photo Pictures Collection. After a week full of short song snippets and Twitter teasing, fans can finally see the full-length video for Adele’s latest single, “Hello.”
The six-minute sepia-toned clip released Friday shows Adele wandering through a house full of memories of a former love as she tearfully tries to reconnect with him over the phone.
The singer is also shown walking around a field and a forest in a fabulous fur coat, while passionately belting out the ballad in her signature impassioned style.
Directed by Canadian Xavier Dolan, of Mommy fame, the video shows the more mature tone of her upcoming album, titled 25, which is set for a Nov. 20 release.
Adele Hello Video Clips Photo Pictures Collection. Adele reached out, much to my surprise, and asked to meet. We met, and I listened to the song, and I knew instantly that I loved the song and that I’d love to direct the music video. I was sort of scared that the song would be great – I had no doubts the song would be great – but would I be able to imagine something, some story to tell? Would I be inspired? I was nervous to tell
Adele, “Hey, I love the song. I don’t think I’m the right guy for it.” That didn’t happen! The song was so inspiring right away, and so was Adele.
Adele Hello Video Clips Photo Pictures Collection. Everything appeared with such clarity instantly: It’s like I was watching a film listening to the song. I could close my eyes and just see Adele wandering about the house and making phone calls and ending up in the forest.
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We had a great time. [When we met], we spent the afternoon talking about our families and our friends and our lives, and it wasn’t much of a professional meeting more than an encounter on the human side, which was great … Which is normal, I guess, when you think of who she is and the artist she is. She’s so generous and authentic.
She has a natural intellectual and artistic authority, but she gave me so much room to play and so much and so much freedom. I won’t call it a carte blanche because she wanted things, but we wanted the same things. It was a beautiful thing.