We have some very exciting news for the Daydreamers. Despite the fact that Adele has been busy recording her third studio album and as a result, probably will not release new music until next year, we can confirm that we will hear her voice again on a track before the end of the year. Adele has recently been confirmed to be one of the featured artists on Band Aid 30. She, along with One Direction, Ellie Goulding, Olly Murs, Ed Sheeran, Emeli Sandé, Chris Martin of Coldplay, Elbow, Sam Smith, Bono of U2, Bastille, Paloma Faith, Jessie Ware, and more yet-to-be-announced artists will be re-recording the track "Do They Know It's Christmas?", which will feature altered to target the Ebola crisis in West Africa.

As if that's not exciting enough, the song, which will be recorded this Saturday, November 15, will also have a music video that Adele will likely appear in. If that's still not exciting enough, then perhaps this will excite you even more — Adele's co-writer and producer Paul Epworth ("Rolling in the Deep", "Skyfall") will be producing the track!

Are you excited for new Adele? Sound off in the comments below!

UPDATE: I'm so very sorry to inform you all, but it was confirmed today that Adele is not actually involved in Band Aid 30. Bob Geldof, who co-wrote "Do They Know It's Christmas?" and organized Band Aid 30, confirmed today that he tried to get Adele by contacting her manager Jonathan, however, Jonathan told him that Adele was not even replying to his calls. According to Geldof...

I got through to someone, not her, but she’s not doing anything at all at the moment. It’s fine, I understand it’s not for everybody and other people support in different ways. I put the call in. I didn't speak to her. I spoke to Jonathan (her manager) and he says, 'I can't speak to her. I try but she won’t pick up the phone'.

Unfortunately, this doesn't sound promising, but we do know that a week or two ago, Ryan Tedder confirmed in another interview that he had just been in the studio with Adele. We can only hope that we'll get new music soon!

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