Adele will reportedly release a song about her marriage to Simon Konecki this November.

The "Hello" singer, who just filed for divorce from her soon-to-be ex-husband, is set to drop new music but don't expect every song to be a sad ballad. According to The Sun, the track is "upbeat" and will reflect on the good times the couple shared in their relationship, as well as how it felt for Adele to move on from it and re-find herself.

"The song is upbeat and is all about Adele’s relationship with her ex-husband Simon," a source told the outlet. "But it’s optimistic, reflective of the good times and about learning to move on from them and make new memories by yourself. It has been cathartic for her to put her feelings into her music."

"Fans can expect to hear personal details on her album," the insider added. "All being well, the song should be out in November but she is still working on everything."

The report comes two weeks after insiders told People that Adele plans to drop new music and a new album later this year — and fans should expect it to be just as personal as her previous albums, 19, 21 and 25.

"She talks about last year as a very difficult year, and she's said in the past that creating new music is almost like therapy. You can tell that she is ready to share with her fans," a source explained.

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