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Adam Lambert showcases 'Trespassing' in London

Adam Lambert is hot on the promotional trail for his forthcoming new album, 'Trespassing', and Pressparty were at his very intimate performance tonight (February 3) to showcase its tracks

Dressed in a black shirt, black blazer and black trousers, Lambert looked every inch the superstar and his silver rings and dark nail polish gave him the edge that his fans know and love.

After thanking the fans, competition winners and media for attending the exclusive event, the vocal powerhouse launched into a stripped back rendition of 'Fever', from his debut album 'For Your Entertainment'. The sound inside the venue was tailored specifically to Lambert's needs and it worked incredibly well with the versatility and range his voice boasts. 

The second song he performed was 'Better Than I Know Myself', for which the official music video was released today, and he used the melodically challenging chorus to show the crowd just what he was capable of. Lambert soared through the track and was accompanied by his talented band, who demonstrated a very close-knit and tight dynamic as musicians.

He was met with rousing applause and transformed the energy of the audience into an emotional silence as he sang 'Outlaws Of Love'. His commanding presence and intensely raw vocals pressed into everyone in the room and really highlighted the poignancy and personal nature of the lyrics




Following the 2 new songs - including the lead single from 'Trespassing' - he decided to treat the gig-goers and press alike to a popular cut from his first album named 'Whataya Want From Me', which encouraged a fantastic reaction and saw him push his talent to the limit especially where the song's melody was concerned.

The atmosphere inside the Dover Street Arts Club, located in Mayfair, was nothing short of mesmerising and it was injected with an extra dose of electricity when his band began playing the introduction to 'Trespassing', which he wrote with Pharrell Williams. The strong drum beat and hand clapping transferred from the stage to the crowd seamlessly and Lambert pulled it all together with the anthemic sound the track exudes. 

After the set, Lambert and his band stayed in the venue to chat with members of the audience and they were all in fantastic spirits after the impressive reception they had been treated to in the capital.




'Trespassing' is due to be released on March 19 and you can watch a recent interview with Lambert from the Snowcase 2012 below: