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Adam Lambert promises 'Trespassing' tour and tells fans "I won't let you down"

Theatrical singer Adam Lambert has called for fans to have faith in him because while he's not ready to tour his latest album yet, he is planning to in the future.

'Trespassing' had its American release back in May and apart from a few one-off concerts, he is yet to tour the record properly.

To reassure his dedicated followers, Lambert took to social networking site Twitter just before midnight last night (August 2) and told them to trust him because a new stage show is on the horizon:

"Have no fear, a Trespassing Tour WILL come. When the time is right. Trust me Glamberts! I won't let you down. :)"

The 'Better Than I Know Myself' sensation spoke to Pressparty about potential tour plans back in June and revealed that he aims to take his sophomore record on the road because he wants to "diversify the audience" and perform the songs live as much as possible:

"I hope so. Probably next year. Yeah, probably put together a tour next year when I’m done promoting. I want to promote the album and really expand the audience, you know? I really want to diversify the audience and I want more and more people to hear the songs because I really believe in them."




Watch his performance of 'Pop That Lock' from a recent concert below: