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ADELE - SEND MY LOVE (TO YOUR NEW LOVER) (SONG)
Label:XL/RC
Entry:05/06/2016 (Position 30)
Last week in charts:20/11/2016 (Position 49)
Peak:13 (4 weeks)
Weeks:24
Place on best of all time:707 (679 points)
Year:2015
Music/Lyrics:Max Martin
Adele Adkins
Shellback
Producer:Max Martin
Shellback
World wide:
ch  Peak: 18 / weeks: 21
de  Peak: 31 / weeks: 18
at  Peak: 14 / weeks: 21
fr  Peak: 45 / weeks: 36
nl  Peak: 32 / weeks: 19
be  Peak: 4 / weeks: 19 (Vl)
  Peak: 3 / weeks: 21 (Wa)
se  Peak: 28 / weeks: 19
it  Peak: 40 / weeks: 3
es  Peak: 45 / weeks: 3
au  Peak: 13 / weeks: 24
nz  Peak: 4 / weeks: 25

Digital
XL 1113700430


TRACKS
16/05/2016
Digital XL 1113700430
1. Send My Love (To Your New Lover)
3:43
   

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Medium
Date
3:4325XL
XLCD740
Album
CD
20/11/2015
3:43Send My Love (To Your New Lover)XL
1113700430
Single
Digital
16/05/2016
MUSIC DIRECTORY
AdeleAdele: Discography / Become a fan
ADELE IN AUSTRALIAN CHARTS
Singles

TitleEntryPeakweeks
Rolling In The Deep10/04/2011349
Someone Like You17/04/2011147
Set Fire To The Rain24/07/20111126
Turning Tables20/05/2012342
Skyfall21/10/2012512
Hello08/11/2015129
When We Were Young06/12/20151310
Send My Love (To Your New Lover)05/06/20161324
Water Under The Bridge22/01/20172314
 
Albums

TitleEntryPeakweeks
2106/02/20111200
1924/04/2011377
2506/12/20151104
SONGS BY ADELE
All I Ask
Best For Last
Can't Let Go
Chasing Pavements
Cold Shoulder
Crazy For You
Daydreamer
Don't You Remember
First Love
Fool That I Am
He Won't Go
Hello
Hiding My Heart
Hometown Glory
I Can't Make You Love Me
I Found A Boy
I Miss You
If It Hadn't Been For Love
I'll Be Waiting
Last Nite
Lay Me Down
Love In The Dark
Lovesong
Make You Feel My Love
Many Shades Of Black (The Raconteurs feat. Adele)
Melt My Heart To Stone
Million Years Ago
My Same
Now And Then
One And Only
Painting Pictures
Remedy
Right As Rain
River Lea
Rolling In The Deep
Rumour Has It
Send My Love (To Your New Lover)
Set Fire To The Rain
Skyfall
Someone Like You
Sweetest Devotion
Take It All
That's It, I Quit, I'm Moving On
Tired
Turning Tables
Water And A Flame (Daniel Merriweather feat. Adele)
Water Under The Bridge
When We Were Young
Why Do You Love Me
ALBUMS BY ADELE
19
21
23 - Her Story
25
Her Story
iTunes Festival London 2011
Live At The Royal Albert Hall
DVDS BY ADELE
Live At The Royal Albert Hall
Voice Of An Angel
 
REVIEWS
Average points: 4.34 (Reviews: 88)
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******
Mit "Send My Love" setzt Adele bei mir ein Zeichen!
Diese Nummer macht Spass und wirkt auf mich sehr frisch!
Mir gefällts sehr, die Lyrics sind super!!
Könnte ich mir gut als zukünftige Single vorstellen!
6*+
******
Future single I'm thinking. Fun and relevant. Love it!
******
I am absolutely in love with this at the moment. I can't quite point my finger on exactly what it is but it sure is great to see an uptempo track from Adele and she as always sounds phenomenal here. Lyrically it has been done before but theres something special about Adele's delivery that makes this more relatable. It's one of the catchiest moments of the year too. I 100% agree with alleyt it's a future single for sure. 5* for now but it's definitely heading towards a 6*.

Edit: A 6* now. One of the best pop songs in a very long time. Such a boring ass video though, she could have done a lot better.
Last edited: 23/05/2016 13:24
******
Simply amazing

EDIT: The video could have been much better though
Last edited: 31/05/2016 10:11
******
Finally new single from "25". Great release for summer and something different from Adele this time. Can't wait to see the video for this
***
Catchy, but in more of an annoyingly catchy, rather than sing-a-long catchy kind of way. Not feeling this vibe from her.
***
Catchy but also very annoying and girly, there are better single choices from the album.
****
Certainly more interesting than "Hello" at least. Pretty good effort. 3.75
****
Good.
***
No no no no no! This is my least favourite song from the album. It sounds forced and totally not suited to Adele. I don't care if you're trying to silence critics by 'branching out,' if I wanted to listen to hear Adele I would be wanting to hear what she does best, not little pop gimmicks. Unhappy with this as a single choice.
**
Different but still quite annoying.
**
Annoying album filler. Shouldn't be a single.
-
Edit: Ok, not so annoying now but still a fuller. 2 > 3*
Last edited: 27/11/2016 15:04
***
Decent, better than "hello". 3+
Last edited: 20/07/2016 02:46
***
Making video games is difficult you know. Never mind all the different stages & components that need to go into it, perhaps the hardest part of it all is to sufficiently program it so it works. Sure you learn how to do so, but it's never that simple, and requires acute concentration & planning to make it come together. Not only do you have to make sure every individual component works correctly on its own, but often you have to consider interactions between the components. This can be as simple as a character standing on the ground, or perhaps something complicated like a character being stunned mid-animation and immediately having to assume a different position in a way that isn't jarring to the player. As complex as that may be, it's still just one interaction, and depending on the environment, it might be necessary to put into consideration interactions between a substantial number of objects and every combination between them.

As of late I've taken a liking to roguelite games. It's a very niche and specific subgenre that hosts its fair share of big hitters. Roguelites are often characterised by procedurally generated dungeons with all manner of enemies and weapons/upgrades that can be found. Also permadeath meaning you to an extent start from scratch every time you play. Designed well, and it can prove an excellent ratio of content to replay value because it's always different.

Something that happens with this is that you get a plethera of weapons/abilities as you do your run, and they often have diverse and creative effects. Depending on what the set up is, you can often have these abilities work in tandem to potentially gamebreaking effect. If I may link a gif from Enter The Gungeon (some unlock spoilers) https://i.redd.it/t3xxt97iwu5x.gif You can see an ability, item & weapon working together. The ability works with firing a bullet at any instance your item is active. The item in question is a grapple hook, and the weapon in question is the Quad Laser from Aqua Teen Hunger Force, which is slow moving/reloading but very powerful. The combination of the 3 provides a ridiculous wall of bullets which cannot be stopped, and can be reloaded reasonably quickly. One wonders though if the developers ever considered such a lethal combination.

To tie all this together, imagine if you were playing a game where you run a record label/studio etc and you're in the interest of making hits. It works by giving you an array of different things you can do concerning different aspects of the hitmaking process. Presumably by some way of combining economics of money, time, timing, fatigue, what have you, you have an algorithm working behind it to weigh up all your decisions and thus decides the outcome of it in terms of audience/artist reaction and sales. For instance you could put in the effort to come up with a dynamite track that will sell well, but offset it by not promoting it to save money, and thus it doesn't sell well. I want to make this game now.

Thus my point is that the world is not a very well programmed simulator, or maybe it is. Because synergy isn't always just a straight addition game, specific situations have their own specific behaviours because that's how the world works. If you try to ignite a frozen Pokemon, you don't ignite it and in fact you'll unfreeze it, because duh. In that vein, you can make the observation that yes having Adele's name on something will likely be a good selling point, and likewise, having Max Martin & Shellback behind the production decks is often a reliable source of hits. But combine the two together and you do not get a godly hit single because the two just don't sound right together on paper.

They don't sound right together on record either. I've advised myself against reviewing more recent hits because I've been on an oddly negative tilt lately, but I didn't like this the moment I heard "25" last year. It's just a clunky mess of a song that feels like it's desperate to find a hook, and as a result you get an incredibly forced chorus that just takes me out of the narrative completely. It doesn't help that it's already built on a clunky phrase, and instrumentation that probably sounds even more synthetic than it probably is. 2.5
****
Much better than 'Hello' and many of the other singles on '25'.
****
Adele singing a Katy Perry song sounds like a hellish concept but it gets better after you hear it a couple of hundred times on the radio.
*****
This song came about after Adele heard Taylor Swift's 'I knew you were trouble' and she loved it so much she asked singer/songwriter Ryan Tedder about it and he put her on to super-producer Max Martin who co-wrote the song for Taylor. Thus 'Send My Love (to your new lover)' was born.
******
This might be my favourite song off '25'.
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