Adam Lambert Planning For New Album in 2014
Adam Lambert scored a hit in 2012 with Trespassing, his sophomore album that went to No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Now he’s planning a follow-up for 2014.
According to an interview given with Yahoo Music before the Trevor Live concert, Lambert’s response to a question about his album coming out next year was: "In theory, yes."
Lambert, however, didn’t divulge much else. He isn’t sure about whether he’s going to go back to a more rock-influenced sound or continue at a more EDM angle, but he spoke about putting together some material with Nile Rodgers and Avicii, although that’s not necessarily for an album: “We did some writing. We came up with some good songs.”
There’s one issue facing the former American Idol contestant: He doesn’t have a label. After departing RCA, the singer hasn’t appeared to sign with anyone else just yet.
Also in store for 2014, according to rumors, is potentially replacing Freddie Mercury with Queen’s current lineup. Drummer Roger Taylor said they’re considering the “For Your Entertainment” singer, who has performed with the band on multiple occasions already: "It was a one-off but it went really fantastically well. He's really come on even more. He's a real dark force now. And he's very theatrical. And he really interprets our songs just brilliantly. And he has that incredible instrument, that voice, and I feel he's going away from the pop thing which is good I think. And he's becoming a serious player."
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