Adam Lambert is giving followers a style of his forthcoming album, ‘Velvet,” with the debut of a soulful and horny new tune, “New Eyes,” which dropped at present (Might 15) at Midnight.
The tune, written by Lambert, Paris Carney and Jamie Serota of Echosmith (“Cool Children”), is a throwback to ’70s traditional rock riffs with a mixture of soul and funk, and a splash of Arctic Monkeys (suppose “Do I Wanna Know”) with Lambert cooing, “I used to be alive, however empty inside” to a brooding combine. His signature falsetto remains to be there within the refrain, however in darkish, cool, but subdued and velvety tones. It’s a departure from his earlier EDM and dance beats, which the 37-year previous Queen entrance man emphasised as a “new period” on his Instagram web page.
Shortly after its launch, Queen founder Brian Might took to social media to supply his ideas on Lambert’s new sound.
“BRAND NEW from Adam Lambert !!! NEW EYES ! Unusual – this took me some time to assimilate – wasn’t positive once I first heard it – however now undoubtedly falling in love with this observe. GO ADAM !!! Take a look at Adam’s IG for extra particulars,” he wrote.
“New Eyes” is the follow-up to the discharge of his February observe, “Really feel One thing,” which served as an introduction to the following chapter in Lambert’s profession. He’ll seem this Sunday (Might 19) on the finale of “American Idol” and on the “Good Morning America” live performance sequence on June 28. Lambert will hit the highway for the Queen + Adam Lambert tour July 10.
As beforehand reported by Selection, his new album to be launched by the unbiased label and distributor EMPIRE. He’s represented by Philymack, the administration agency based by Phil McIntrye which additionally counts Nick Jonas, DNCE, the Band Perry and Lambert’s fellow “X Issue Australia” choose Iggy Azalea on its roster.