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From Jam Canoe: Adam Lambert loving life on the road with Queen mates Brian May and Roger Taylor

Filed Under () by Adam Lambert on Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Posted at : Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Hold onto your sequined hats, Glamberts.

Your one and only Season 8 American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert, currently touring North America with British rockers Queen, is returning to a glam rock sound on the follow up to his darker, colder-sounding third solo album, 2015’s The Original High.
In fact, the vocally-blessed singer has already whetted our appetites with his cheeky Pride-celebrating new single, Two Fux – as in “I really don’t give ...,” – which he’s performing on stage every night with Queen.
“It’s funny ‘cause someone said, ‘So, you don’t care?’", said Lambert, 35, in an exclusive Canadian print interview with Postmedia Network.
“And I’m like, ‘No, no, no. If YOU have a problem with ME, I don’t care about what you think.’ I care about a lot of things. That’s what I like about it. It’s sort of owning being different, being weird, being left of centre and kind of celebrating it.”

We caught up with the San Diego native down the line from a Queen tour stop in Montreal before they played Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on Tuesday night.
Why did Queen guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor agree to play Two Fux on this current tour? (Note Queen fans: it’s Two Fux producer Big Taste playing the guitar solo on the recorded version and not May.)
I played some of [my new] stuff for the guys and Brian was like, ‘I can’t get Two Fux out of my head. It’s like I heard it once and it’s stuck in there.’ And I said, ‘Well, that’s a good thing.’ And he said, ‘Exactly.’ And the rest of the music isn’t coming out for a bit, so I kind of jumped ahead and said, ‘Well, if you like it, let’s put it in the show. And I’ll put it out because it’ll be really fun to have something new in there.’ And they were into it.
When do we get to hear your new album, which you’ve been working on for six months already?
New music is coming this year. That’s all I can say.
How would you describe the sound?
It’s kind of a full circle thing for me sonically. I’m sort of leaning back towards the glam rock sensibilities that I kind of started off with. I think in many ways it’s coming back to my strengths so I’m excited for people to hear it. And that doesn’t necessarily mean it sounds exactly like 1974, but I think just the spirit of it. I love that.


Adam Lambert loving life on the road with Queen mates Brian May and Roger Taylor 

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Lam-My said...
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Dee R Gee said...

Can't wait for new music!

Dee R Gee said...

Can't wait for new music!