“Easy on Me” is an emotional piano ballad about the end of a relationship. While the song may sound like a cliched tear-jerker about a lover gone wrong, it’s actually an all-too-real tale about the collateral damage after a breakup. The lyrics also evoke the notion of forgiveness, with Adele asking the listener to “be kind” to herself.
While writing this album, Adele realizes that the theme of her broken relationships is a common problem she faces. She explains that “she is not to blame,” and asks the poltergeist to “go easy on me.” The poltergeist, who appears to be a child, lingers near her bed. She eventually returns to the house and gets married, but not before the end of the relationship.
The song’s title is also a hint at the breakup. Despite its title, “Easy on Me” was written a year after Konecki’s divorce, and has become a worldwide hit. While the album is set to be released on Nov. 19, it’s unclear whether the song’s lyrics are referencing the split. The singer’s life is in pieces and she has been stumbling along the way. The poltergeist has been haunting her since she first married Konecki, but she doesn’t want to be seen with him.
The music video for “Easy on Me” is composed in two parts. The first section starts in black and white, while the second section begins in color. The song opens with a piano and then slowly shifts into full color. From the second verse, the drumbeat becomes more intense, but doesn’t get as loud as the song. The drumbeat remains at a moderate volume and does not go beyond its original intensity.
While the video for “Easy on Me” is a stunning show-stopping debut single, it is a different story entirely. The song is a confessional, achingly honest ballad, produced by frequent collaborator Greg Kurstin. It is not a heartbreak anthem, but rather an enlightening look at internal demons. In fact, the song is a perfect choice for an album release.
“Easy on Me” is an album that will be released on August 22. It’s the singer’s first single since 2015, and is already a massive hit. It’s an ode to love, passion, and happiness. And it’s an ode to love, life, and relationships. It’s a great pop-rock song for all occasions. And it’s perfect for a breakup.
The title and lyrics of the song aren’t the only things that makes it so great. Both the song’s title and lyrics were written by Adele, and the music video itself is full of Easter eggs. It’s the perfect album to accompany a break-up. It’s also the perfect song for any romantic relationship. A good one will keep you smiling through the breakup. A good one will have a message for both parties.
The music video is an emotional rollercoaster that reveals Adele’s life after a split. The music video transitions from black and white to full color and focuses on the artist’s struggle to rebuild her world after a painful breakup. This is a beautiful music video that carries the message of a divorce. And the lyrics are powerful. The song is a great choice for your next romantic song.
The song’s success has spread across the music industry. After the success of her song “25,” Adele’s music has earned her more than 360 million followers on Spotify. It has been added to almost 300,000 playlists on the platform. The video is a success and is currently gaining more popularity each day. If you’re looking for a new love, try this song! You’ll be glad you did.
While the song tries to be an album, it’s a good listen. It’s a great way to break up with someone you love. While you’re at it, be sure to give yourself some time to enjoy the song. If you haven’t already, we recommend listening to Adele’s new single, “Easy on Me.” This is her first official single since the split.