Her second album, 21, was released in 2011 and hit the number one spot around the world.
The 25-year-old gave birth to her son Angelo with partner Simon Konecki in October 2012 and took some time out to look after him. Now it seems Adele could be planning a comeback for next year.
“At the moment the discussions are all about a 2015 tour of the UK and North America at least, possibly a world tour,” a source divulged to British newspaper The Daily Mirror.
“She has managed to spend a lot of the past two years focusing on being a mother, and wants to continue to do that while releasing and promoting new material.
“She has been back to work but is recording at her own pace. Her appeal has always been the quality of her music so she isn’t about to rush release anything just for the sake of it.”
The singer had always promised she wouldn’t hit the road until her son turned two and has instead been focusing on her third, untitled album, which is due for release this year.Her last string of shows were the Adele Live tour in 2011, which accompanied her sophomore album. During this period, Adele suffered problems with her vocal cords and had to undergo surgery, which meant cancelling several shows. Referring to the possible 2015 tour, the insider added: “If her last sales are anything to go by, she doesn’t exactly need to.”