News: Adam Lambert announces his brand new album ‘High Drama’

Grammy-nominated international superstar Adam Lambert announces his brand-new album, High Drama, via his new deal with Warner Music. To celebrate his new album, UK fans will be treated to a one-off exclusive show in late February, with location and details to be announced in January. To gain access to the pre-sale tickets, all fans need to do is Pre-order any format from or sign up to his mailing list. 

From today, Fans will be able to listen to two Instant grat tracks; ‘Ordinary World – Adam’s powerful atmospheric ballad version of the Duran Duran hit, plus his beautiful rendition of the Noël Coward classic ‘Mad About The Boy’ – which he performed to much applaud on the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing  (Watch here) and will feature in the forthcoming film about the life of Noël Coward. 

Adam is no stranger to impressing crowds with his carefully curated transformation of other artist’s songs, from the beginning of his career on American Idol, to his 2018 performance at the Kennedy Centre Honours, where Adam reduced Cher to tears with his delicate ballad reading of her mega-hit ‘Believe’, to his role as the current frontman of Queen.

Executive produced by Adam himself, alongside production from the likes of Tommy English (Kacy Musgraves, Carly Rae Jepsen), Andrew Wells (Halsey, OneRepublic), George Moore and Mark Crew, High Dramashowcases a journey through modern music. The diverse collection of songs span from classics such as Ann Peebles’ ‘I Can’t Stand The Rain’ and Bonnie Tyler’s ‘Holding Out For A Hero’ to modern hits like Billie Eilish’s ‘Getting Older,’ which gets a glam-inspired transformation and a rock-leaning rendition of Lana Del Rey’s ‘West Coast’, each song showcasing Adam’s unmatched vocal talent. 


01  Holding Out for a Hero

02  Chandelier

03  Ordinary World

04  Getting Older

05  I Can’t Stand the Rain

06  West Coast

07  Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?

08  Sex on Fire

09  My Attic

10  I’m a Man

11  Mad About The Boy

High Drama kickstarts the next chapter in Adam Lambert’s solo career, and of course draws on his well-known penchant for HIGH DRAMA! An artist comfortable in his own skin, being well and truly himself, and loving every minute.

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