Adele Ignores Bob Geldof's Band Aid Calls
Adele Ignores Bob Geldof's Band Aid CallsReuters

British singer-songwriter Adele is still enjoying the success of her third studio album "25." After releasing chart-topping singles from the record, like "Hello" in 2015 and "When We Were Young" in January 2016, the singer recently released "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)," the album's third official single.

The song, co-written by Adele, Max Martin and Shellback, lyrically talks about being happy with oneself and not being affected by a break-up. It is an upbeat pop song that sees Adele singing about an ex-lover in a sassy way. A few minutes into the song and you could witness your feet tapping automatically.

A music video announcement also comes with the release of the single. The singer posted a teaser of the music video of "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)" on Twitter and announced that it would make its debut at the Billboard Music Awards. The teaser shows Adele posing elegantly in a long-sleeve floral gown. The video is directed by Patrick Daughters, known for his work with the likes of Snow Patrol, Kings of Leon and Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

Adele has been nominated in eight categories at the Billboard Music Awards 2016, among which are Top Female Artist, Top Artist, Top Billboard 200 Artist and Top Billboard 200 Album. The award ceremony will be broadcast live on ABC on May 22, 2016.