Adele Revealed That Her '30' Album Will Include a Voicemail She Left While Having an Anxiety Attack

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Adele may exude confidence, but even the multiple Grammy winner suffers from anxiety.
During a recent interview on Australian radio show Carrie & Tommy, the singer revealed that on her upcoming album 30 she was including a recording of a voicemail she left during an anxiety attack.
"It's in the song about my son [Angelo], it's in the end, in the outro. I was really scared," Adele said. "I had an anxiety attack and called my best friend to speak to her to calm me down, but she didn't answer the song, and once I put him to bed I can stop putting on a brave face." (Related: How Adele drew on her new album '30' during a "tumultuous period" in her life)
Adele, 33, previously announced that her new record will focus on her divorce from husband Simon Konecki, with whom she shares 9-year-old Angelo. The "Easy On Me" singer also told UK Vogue that her anxiety got worse after the breakup.
"My fear was so terrible, I would forget what I said or didn't say to Angelo about the breakup," Adele said, noting that there was no reason for the breakup other than simply falling out of love.
"Angelo just says, 'I don't get it.' I don't really get it either, "continued the British Vogue singer. "Society has rules about what happens and what doesn't happen in marriage and after marriage, but I'm a very complex person. I let him know how I felt at a very young age." because as an adult I felt pretty exhausted.
Adele channeled the breakup and her reactions to it on 30 which will be posted on Friday November 19th. "I feel like this album is self-destruction, then self-reflection and then kind of self-redemption," she told British Mode. "But I feel ready. I really want people to hear my side of the story this time."
Aside from being therapeutic to her, Adele said that exercise was massively beneficial in controlling her anxiety and that the lifestyle change was reflected in her recent weight loss.
"It was because of my fear. I would just feel better if I exercised," she said. "It was never about losing weight, it was always about getting strong and giving me so much time off my phone every day." (See: The Greatest Mental and Physical Benefits of Exercising)
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