Adam Lambert has revealed more details about his forthcoming new album “The Original High” in an interview with Hunger TV.
“It’s definitely pop but not bubblegum. We have avoided camp and theatrics and have favoured a darker, more grounded vibe, and at the same time, it will make you dance,” the 33-year-old explained.
“Lyrically, it’s very, very personal, the album has an overall bittersweet feel to it. Vocally, I think it’s my most tasteful, sophisticated work to date.”
Adam, who split with his former record label in 2013, also told Hunger TV of the vulnerability he felt while recording the new material.
“I think there have been moments of this on my previous albums but on The Original High, we have really cracked the book wide open for all to hear,” he said.
“It’s a little scary to be that vulnerable, but I’m ready to let people understand all that makes me tick, even the unattractive parts of me.”
Adam recently teased a short loop of the album’s club-friendly, Max Martin-produced lead single “Ghost Town” on Instagram, ahead of its full release on April 21.