Adele fans were left with goosebumps as they released the music video for Easy On Me is a continuation of her past videos.
After the singer, 33, released the video at midnight on Friday, fans were quick to watch the clip, which sees the star pack up her house and drive away, as pages of sheet music flutter out of the windows onto the road.
The clip immediately drew parallels with the video for her 2015 hit, Hello, in which she moved into the house that features in Easy On Me.
However, eagle-eyed fans pointed out that the connection goes as far back to her 2018 song, Chasing Pavements and has a link to her 2011 single, Rolling In The Deep.
'I have goosebumps!' Eagle-eyed Adele fans spotted the Easy On Me music video (left) is linked to four of the singer's past songs (pictured right is an image from Adele's Hello music video)
Taking to Twitter, one fan pointed out: 'adele chased pavements in her hometown thank walk to someones house. than built a house in rolling in the deep, she moved in that house in hello and left the house in easy on me. a story teller!! #EasyOnMe [sic]'.
Other fans added: 'This is beautiful #EasyOnMe is definitely a sequel to Hello (2015), go watch these MV then you'll know what I mean. The reference etc just mind-blowing and not to mentions GOOSEBUMPS #Adele did it again';
'I thought the beginning of Easy On Me video was Hello. Adele sure has a thing for abandoned American houses.'; 'Adele’s growth she finally left the house';
'Adele’s Easy on Me video is a continuation of Hello. 5 years on and she is telling the storyThe parallel between the Hello music video and Easy On Me by Adele and how she’s now moving out of the house is a work of art';
'Not only did adele move out of the "hello" house but she also went back to sitting on the "rolling in the deep" chair later on. and you