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Adam Lambert on the UK release of 'Trespassing' and working with Queen

Adam Lambert has spoken about the UK release of his new album 'Trespassing' and also about working with Queen.

The album has been out for a few weeks in the US and Canada but it has now been released today (July 9) in the UK.

The singer took to Sky News this morning to speak about the UK release of his album, adding that he worked hard on the record. He said:

"I've worked my fanny (butt) off on it. I spent a lot of time in the studio - I got really involved on this project. I wrote a lot of the songs, I executive produced it, so it's really a great representation of what I'm about and some of my opinons and my perspective."

Lambert also spoke about fronting Queen for a batch of dates this summer, calling Brian May and Roger Taylor "class acts". Speaking about Brian May, he said:

"Both him and Roger are complete class acts. When we got to rehearsal, they were so down to earth, so friendly and so warm. They're just really excited to be working together and getting on stage and performing this amazing music for people that want to hear it, and that's the energy."




Watch Adam Lambert on Sky News below: