Adele wants her next album to be more acoustic.
The 'Set Fire to the Rain' singer wants to take total control of her next record - the follow-up to '21', which was released in January - and already has some ideas in mind for the LP.
She said: "I've accumulated some things to write about again. I'd go into the studio tomorrow if I could.
"It won't be a big production. I want it to be quite acoustic and piano-led. I want to write it, record it all, produce it all and master it on my own.
"I think it'll take a lot longer because I want to do it this way. When I move house in the summer, my sound engineer is going to come and help me install a studio and teach me how to use it."
'21' has already sold six million copies worldwide, but Adele insists she isn't worried about matching its success.
She added to Q magazine: "I don't really care about expectations. There was enough of it with this record.
"If you deliver the songs I think you get away with it. I'm not bothered. I'm not expecting my next record to be as big as this one. That's impossible."