Steps could take inspiration from Adele for her next album – Music News

Steps is inspired by Adèle for her next album.

The ‘Tragedy’ hitmakers – made up of Claire Richards, Ian ‘H’ Watkins, Lisa Scott Lee, Faye Tozer and Lee Latchford-Evans – are celebrating their 25th anniversary next year and have suggested they could follow the model of ‘ Hello singer’s for the LP titles if they released a record in 2022.

Speaking to the Daily Star’s Wired column, Claire said, “I can’t believe Adele is 30, it’s called 30 her album, right?”

H suggested, “If we do an album next year, we can call it ’25’, let’s steal that idea.”

And Claire replied, “I thought we already did!”

Adele, 33, is set to release new track “Easy On Me” on October 15 as fans eagerly await the sequel to 2015’s “25”.

Last week billboards with “30” were spotted across the world, and all of Adele’s albums were titled as ages, including the 2008 “19”, the “21” and ” 25 “from 2011.

Meanwhile, Steps also feels connected to Adele when it comes to their humor and the bond they have with their fans.

Claire explained: “We take Steps very seriously, the workmanship and the quality of the music, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously.

“When you connect with an audience, most of the time, humor is involved. Adele is one of the biggest stars in the world, but she’s self-deprecating.

“It’s important to show your human side.”

Earlier this year, Steps announced big plans for his birthday with a tour and other surprises in store.

Lisa previously said: “There are a lot of new things in the pipeline. Big plans are already in place for that.

“I can’t say the same, or I’ll be in trouble.

“It’s good to keep a little bit of a mystery, but we like to keep it fun and give back to our fans who have been so loyal over the years.”

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