Adele isn't letting "Hello" take all the shine when it comes to the new music she has to offer. The 27-year-old singer is back with a preview of her song "When We Were Young" after creating a stir with the emotional record last month.

In a promo for 60 Minutes Australia, the British songstress is seen performing a live version of the song. But fans will likely hear it first on her studio album, 25, which is set to drop on Friday (Nov. 20) -- the show will air on Sunday (Nov. 22). Nonetheless, it's always a treat to hear a live version from the songbird.

In the exclusive one-minute preview of the song, Adele's boisterous voice breaks through once again as she's backed up by an echoing group of singers.

"Let me photograph you in this life, in case it is the last time / So it might be exactly like we were before we realized / We were sad of getting old, it made us restless / Oh, I'm so mad I'm getting old, it makes me reckless," she sings. "It was just like a movie, it was just like a song / When we were young."

The promo gives some insight on what Adele will be talking about in the interview. It seems viewers will also get to learn how she feels about being in the spotlight, what makes her nervous and how she's facing her fears.

"I'm waiting for someone to send me back to Tottenham or something," she says with a cackle, known as the "Adele laugh," but the journalist assures her "that's not gonna happen."

Check out the one-minute preview of "When We Were Young" above.

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