U.K. singer songwriter Adele will release her new album "21" via XL Recordings on Jan. 24, 2011 in the U.K. The single "Rolling In The Deep" is out Jan. 16.

The North American release of the album will follow on Feb. 22 via Columbia, which has a joint venture with XL.

Written and produced by Adele and British producer Paul Epworth, she decribes the single as a "dark bluesy gospel disco tune."

The album was recorded in Malibu with Rick Rubin and London with Epworth, who has previously worked with Florence and the Machine, Plan B and Bloc Party.

Adele, who won 2009 Grammys for best new artist and best female pop vocal performance, also worked with songwriters and producers including Ryan Tedder, Dan Wilson and Fraser T. Smith, as well as rejoining previous collaborators Francis "Eg" White and Jim Abbiss.

Columbia said "Rolling In The Deep" will head to AC radio stations on Nov. 15 and the video, directed by Sam Brown, will premiere in early December. She will perform the single live on "The Ellen Degeneres Show" on Dec. 3.

Adele's 2008 debut album, "19," has sold 2 million worldwide according to a statement. The album titles refer to her age at the time the songs were written.