Adele recording new James Bond soundtrack?

Singer is reported to have visited Abbey Road Studios to record the closing track for 'Skyfall'

Adele is reported to have visited Abbey Road Studios to record a song for the latest James Bond film, Skyfall.

According to The Sun, the singer visited London’s Abbey Road Studios, where the soundtrack is being recorded, earlier this month.

Her visit to the studios suggests she is recording with Thomas Newman, who has been appointed by the film’s director Sam Mendes to write the film score. The composer and conductor has reportedly been in Abbey Road all month working on the score.

Thomas has previously composed the soundtrack for films including Finding Nemo, WALL-E, The Shawshank Redemption and Mendes’ Revolutionary Road.

Adele, 24, is is currently expecting her first child . She has now sold over 22 million copies of her second studio album ’21’ worldwide.

Skyfall opens in the UK on October 26. The new movie’s release marks the 50th anniversary of the Bond series. Sean Connery kicked off the franchise in 1962, playing Ian Fleming’s British secret agent in Dr No. You can watch the trailer for the film below.