Adele released her long-awaited third studio album 25 this past Friday and she’s probably just broken every record that ever existed by now. The songstress once again proved she’s worth all the fuss by delivering a quite extraordinary yet stellar unplugged performance of the record’s lead single, "Hello".
Appearing on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show, Adele kicked off the promotion by performing album cut "Water Under The Bridge". However, she returned to join forces with the Roots and the host and provide an incredible rendition of "Hello", backed by nothing but classroom instruments. Looking stunning and with a more playful mood than the melancholic one of the lyrics, the songstress laid her powerful vocals on top of the quirky melody, made by bongos, hand claps and a kids’ xylophone among others. She wrapped it all up by going with the flow and picked up a toy cell phone to revisit the song’s title.
"Hello" serves as the very first offering from Adele’s brand-new, record-breaking third studio album, 25. There is no doubt that the song has managed to break several records for itself and become an imacculate piece of her discography. Check out the stunning new live version from The Tonight Show below.