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Adam Lambert promises "crazy disco" on new album

Adam Lambert has revealed that his upcoming album 'Trespassing' is set to contain "crazy disco" - as well as more "angsty" material.

Speaking to 106.1 Kiss FM, Lambert also said that he has worked with the likes of Pharrell Williams and Bruno Mars on the album.

He suggested that 'Trespassing' is an album of two halves, with the first containing "crazy disco", whilst the latter half is more "atmospheric". He said:

"The rest of the album is like...the first half is like crazy disco, electro and funk. I worked with Pharrell Williams which was great and I worked with Bruno Mars, Dr Luke and Nile Rodgers. So it's really funky dance music. The back half of the album is a lot more angsty, darker and atmospheric, with more emotional songs."

Last month Pressparty was invited to an exclusive showcase of some of the tracks from 'Trespassing' - read all about it here.




Watch the video for the first single from 'Trespassing', 'Better Than I Know Myself', below: