ADAM LAMBERT SAYS NEW ALBUM IS LESS “CAMPY,” MORE “SERIOUS”

lambertpic Fresh off his acoustic performance of  “Aftermath” on American Idol, Adam Lambert briefly talked about the follow up to his hit album For Your Entertainment.

“The next album is in the works right now, I’ve been writing and recording and I think it will be out sometime in the fall,” said Lambert. “I’ve no idea what it’s going to sound like yet.  I don’t think it’s going to be as campy as the last album.  I think it’s going to have more of a serious note.”

A re-mix version of “Aftermath” is available on Adam Lambert’s official website, and proceeds will go to benefit The Trevor Project, a national organization aimed at crisis and suicide prevention among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.  Click on the media bar and listen to Lambert talk about recording the re-mix version of “Aftermath.” [MEDIA=4400]

Lambert’s first ever live DVD/CD (Glam Nation Live) comes out March 22nd, and the singer says the collection “captures the spirit” of his six month Glam Nation Tour, which had him traveling around the world.  “I think there is a universal power of music,” said the former Idol finalist.  “I learned a lot about that while being on the road.  I would go to countries where people weren’t speaking English as their first language, yet they knew the lyrics to almost every song.  It’s incredible how it can pull people together and it can move you, no matter what language you speak, no matter what your background is, no matter what your age is, or your preference, or religion.  It can move you.”

Click on the media bar to hear Lambert talk about being a role model. [MEDIA=4401]

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