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2 October 2012, 09:00 | Updated: 4 October 2012, 13:53
The 'Someone Like You' singer confirmed her involvement with the track for the first time yesterday.
Adele's James Bond theme tune for the new movie 'Skyfall' has leaked online ahead of the official premiere this Friday (5th October).
The 'Rumour Has It' star confirmed her involvement with the track for the first time yesterday (1st October) after months of speculation.
A piano led vocal comes to the fore with a subtle guitar riff echoing behind as the song slowly builds into the powerful familiar notes of the Grammy Award winning star.
The chorus of the track sees the '21' star singing: "Let the sky fall. When it crumbles. We will stand tall. And face it all together."
Speaking about her decision to record the theme, the singer admitted she was hesitant at first but confessed it was a "no brainer" as she once again teamed up with producer and songwriter Paul Epworth.
In a statement, she said: "I'll be backcombing my hair when I'm 60 telling people I was a Bond girl back in the day I'm sure!"
The new James Bond film will hit cinemas on 26th October with Daniel Craig once again reprising his role as 007.
You can listen to Adele's new song 'Skyfall' below, with the full track debuting on the star's official site at 0:07hrs BST (London Time) this Friday:
Meanwhile, Adele is currently expecting her first child with boyfriend Simon Konecki and recently hit out at reports the couple had married in secret.