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Adam Lambert's 'Trespassing' met with fantastic reception from fans and critics alike

Adam Lambert's forthcoming new album, 'Trespassing', has finally hit the internet and the reviews so far have all been glowing.

This new cut marks the follow up release to the vocal sensation's 2009 'For Your Entertainment', and fans and critics around the globe have been sharing their opinions on what they've heard so far.

Jim Farber from the NY Daily News reviewed 'Trespassing' this morning (May 8) and described it as "the sound of liberation achieved", adding:

"His vocals exude such confidence, freedom and charm, it makes it seem like there’s no need for the revolution he annnounces. It feels like he’s already won the fight."

An excited Lambert shared a photograph of the review with his 1.4 million Twitter followers and wrote: "That's what's up!"



EQ Music Blog also posted a review of the album and claimed that "'Trespassing' is undoubtedly the pop album of the year and has raised the standard for everybody else out there".

"There isn’t a single uneventful moment on 'Trespassing'; it’s full of energy the entire way through, and even the slower songs and ballads radiate a quiet intensity, making them impossible to ignore. Overall, this album is an incredible work."

'Trespassing', which Pressparty reviewed back in January, is set to be released on May 15 in the USA and will follow shortly after on July 2 in the UK.

Watch his performance of 'Trespassing' from the London showcase below: