Adele has come through with a beautiful music video for her song Oh My God and we’re immediately obsessed.
She’s done it again!
The four-minute clip from Sam Brown sees the singer, 33, sat in a sparsely decorated room surrounded by wooden chairs, with apples scattered across its concrete floor.
Backed by dancers, Adele wears a series of outfits by Harris Reed and Louis Vuitton before donning a custom corset dress in scarlet red satin designed by Dame Vivienne Westwood.
In one shot, she is joined by a python wrapped around a chair.
The atmospheric video ends with Adele taking a bite from an apple and walking off camera.
Speaking about the process behind the scenes, the singer wrote on Instagram: ‘I got to work with Sam Brown again for ‘Oh My God’ who directed the ‘Rolling In The Deep’ video! So to collaborate together again a decade later was nostalgic to say the least.
‘We filmed this one on the day Easy On Me dropped, there were a million things going on all at once. But the attention to detail from the crew was borderline hilarious – thank you so much for your patience and pulling it all together it was a lot of fun.
Adele has been smashing records with her album 30 (Picture: CBS via Getty Images)
‘Although right at the end a huge python was on set so I skidaddled my a**e straight out of there! Big thank you to Harris Reed, Louis Vuitton and The Queens Haus – Vivienne Westwood for the most stunning clothes for me to sing my ‘I’m a hot mess’ song in!’
What a dream.
Oh My God is the second single to be lifted off Adele’s latest album 30, following the chart-topping success of the lead song Easy On Me.
Adele released her comeback album in November and, rather unsurprisingly, it completely dominated the year in sales in just a few weeks, becoming the UK’s biggest selling album of 2021.
In just six weeks, 30 managed to sell a staggering 600,000 copies in the UK alone while also enjoying several weeks at number one on the album chart. According to the Official Charts, nearly 450k of those units were physical sales, while 53k were counted as downloads.
As if that wasn’t impressive enough, the record shifted over one million copies in the US according to Billboard.