He’s pumped to bring his new album to the world, and earlier today (May 14) Adam Lambert gave a live performance on “Good Morning America.”
The “For Your Entertainment” singer was in fine form as he kicked off the week with a few hundred of his screaming fans in Times Square, New York City.
During a recent interview, Adam chatted about his forthcoming sophomore record Trespassing, due to hit stores tomorrow (May 15).
Lambert explained, “I had time to make this album. I do feel that sonically, lyrically, and emotionally this album is a surprise for people- and myself.”
As for what he’s been up to over the last year, Adam shared, “In that time, I fell in love (with Finnish ‘Big Brother’ winner Sauli Koskinen), which is great. I have an amazing relationship. I also got to spend a lot more time with my friends and family. Over the past year, besides taking time to write and record the album, I've had a lot of downtime, which has been really nice to live a real life again — or what seems like one — and I think that really informed my writing process and experience making the album. I was writing from a place with a little more perspective.”
And when Adam’s “American Idol” buzz began to wear off, things began to feel different. “Coming back to real life was a bit of shock. You kind of have to decompress, and I had some failed romantic situations, and I was a bit tired and worn out, so at the beginning of the writing process, there was some darkness I was working through, which was great. It was real. It was visceral. Then, I got in my relationship, I started relaxing and having more time to myself with my friends and wanting to go out again — shopping, rediscovering culture and life.”