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Adam Lambert's new album: 'There's some house on there'

Says of the LP: 'it's definitely pop'


Adam Lambert details his new album will feature house music Photo: Wenn

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Adam Lambert is set to release his third studio album The Original High later this year, and he has dropped some hints of what kind of genres fans can expect from the LP.

He detailed to Digital Spy that the album is "definitely pop" and also mentionned that "there's some house on there" as well as "some R&B flavours". He added that the LP is "for the audience, not myself". 

It seems Lambert is far more concerned now with pleasing and interesting his audience, as he elaborated: "I want it to be less about me, even though it's personal, and more about the listener. So whatever it means to you." 

Lambert has has an extremely busy 2015, fronting the legendary Queen on a world tour that spanned 11 countries over 26 dates. The 

The Original High is due for release later this year. It will be Lambert's first album for Warner Bros Records and was recorded in Stockholm with Swedish producers Max Martin and Shellback. He told Billboard recently. "The two of them are just geniuses at what they do. And the vibe they create is so free of ego, it's about, "Let's make a great song." And that's what it should be. And they let me be me."

Lambert also believes his recent experience fronting Queen has helped shape the album. "I wanted something more internal and more grounded. A little less with the theatrical and the camp and the presentation. I wanted to bring it in a bit more. Being on the road with a British rock band, and being in London a lot this year, rehearsing with them and doing TV gigs, I think that has affected my sound and where we are headed with it. [Europe] is very ahead of the curve, or right on, and I was definitely influenced by that. Vocally, it's very intimate compared to what I've done in the past. There is a little bit of a daring, deeper internal conflict and poetry about it."

Queen and Lambert conclude their 26 date European tour today (27 February) in Sheffield Motorpoint Arena. They have performed to over 300,000 people.

Read our review of the London show here - described by our writer as  'One of the best concerts this writer has ever experienced at the O2'.

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