Before the month's over, Glamberts will finally have new material from their favorite pop-rock performer, Adam Lambert. The queer singing sensation teased this week a new single, called "Two Fux," which is scheduled for release on June 30.
In the first preview, Lambert unleashes a blend of wonky, guitar-blended synths that surge amidst Beatles-leaning strings. The booming bass at the end signifies something major would follow. Listen, below:
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— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) June 22, 2017
The second preview sees an orange haired Lambert sitting in a turquoise chair with matching iridescent pants, snakeskin gloves and bone-crushing combat boots. "Namaste right here, right here," he sings gently, before a screeching guitar solo takes off. Listen, below.
— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) June 23, 2017
The 35-year-old has been busy touring the world with Queen, and their 26-date North American summer leg kicks off today in Phoenix, Arizona and closes in Houston, Texas on August 5. "Two Fux" will be Lambert's first official release since covering Aretha Franklin's "Think" on the Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie soundtrack.