I Drink Wine
Sat, 2022-Nov-19 00:56 UTC
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"I Drink Wine" is a song by English singer Adele from her fourth studio album 30 (2021). Adele co-wrote the song with her producer Greg Kurstin. It became available as the album's seventh track on 19 November 2021, when it was released by Columbia Records. "I Drink Wine" is a ballad with gospel influences which is reminiscent of church music and incorporates a piano and an organ in its instrumentation. The song is about letting go of one's ego and addresses Adele's divorce with Simon Konecki, comprising arduous realisations about the condition of her marriage and life.
"I Drink Wine" generally received positive reviews from music critics, some of whom viewed it as one of Adele's best songs and a career highlight. It reached the top 10 in the United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and Sweden, and entered the charts in various other countries. Joe Talbot directed the music video for "I Drink Wine", which depicts Adele floating through a river and exploring a forest while drinking a glass of wine. Adele performed the song for her television specials and at the Brit Awards 2022 which was positively received. "I Drink Wine" impacted radio airplay in Italy on 4 November 2022, as the album's third single.
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