Adam Lambert says fans can "trespass" into his world on new album
Adam Lambert has said that he feels fans can "trespass" into his world with his new album.
The American Idol singer released his second album 'Trespassing' today (May 15) in the US, with a European release date planned for later this year.
Speaking to Google Play, Lambert said that he feels he is now in control of his output and as such, he feels fans can "trespass" into his world with ease. He said:
He continued: "Now, for this project, 'Trespassing', I think I have a much better sense of who I am. Not only am I executive producing and writing the tracks, I'm also creative directing the artwork. I even styled myself for the cover. It's not just to say 'Look what I can do' - it's more to make it an authentic representation. I wanted to call it 'Trespassing' because I wanted the fans who buy the album to feel like they are actually getting to trespass into my world. And hopefully by them trespassing into my life, I am able to trespass into theirs."
Lambert meanwhile thanked fans for supporting the album on its day of release. He tweeted:
"Wow!! #Trespassing is sitting nice and high on the itunes chart! What a great sight to wake-up to! Thank you all for checking it out!!"
Watch Lambert speak to Google Play below:
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