Anyone who has followed Adam Lambert’s career since “American Idol” already knows a thing or two about his past with Out Magazine — but the fact that this controversy happened back in 2009 really made his new chat with the publication all the more interesting.
You can check out the full interview over at this link (and you should, since it’s a fascinating read). Here, we are going to focus more on Adam’s thoughts during the interview concerning the sound of his sophomore release:
“Going along with the trend of dance music was something I really wanted to go with on the album. I love my fans, and I want to give my fans the songs that they really eat up, but I also want to expand my audience if I can. And I want to make some music for my gay brothers and sisters. You know what I mean? I want to make the kind of music I would listen to if I were out in a club.”
Adam also said that working with Pharrell Williams was in many ways a turning point for the album, since it allowed him to get a new perspective on his life and music from someone who he didn’t know personally, and was from a completely different walk of life.
We still don’t know an official date to when we are going to hear some music from Adam’s sophomore release — so far, “Outlaws of Live” is the only song we have heard from the disc.
Are you excited about the dance sound for this album?