Adele covers ‘Rolling Stone’ + previews new songs off '25' (descriptions)...

Adele's hotly anticipated new album '25' drops November 20th, and here is her Rolling Stone cover looking like she just stepped out of the shower. 
Well, she IS about to blow her peers out the water and clean 'em dry. The mag previewed some songs off the album.

Water Under the Bridge: A love song, with a feel vaguely reminiscent of Michael Jackson's 'Human Nature.'

Exciting right? Read on for further song descriptions.

When We Were Young: Elton John-ish ballad co-written with singer-songwriter Tobias Jesso Jr., which shares a tiny bit of DNA with 'The Way We Were.'

Million Years Ago: Nineties Madonna-style ballad mixed with 'The Girl From Ipanema.'

Send My Love (To Your Lover): Slinky tune which may well be her catchiest, most modern song ever, built around an almost African-sounding guitar lick Adele wrote several years ago. Max Martin (along with collaborator Shellback) produced.

Remedy: A big ballad with rolling piano chords written with Ryan Tedder.

All I Ask: Dramatic ballad, complete with a climactic key change and Adele engaging in what she calls some of her most "showoff-y" vocals. Bruno Mars co-wrote.

River Lea: On this track with Danger Mouse, Adele wanted to modernize her sound, to add some synths and drum pads. 

Read the full length interview here.