With Adam Lambert talking excitedly in interviews and on twitter about working with producers like RedOne, Max Martin and Dr. Luke, it would be easy to assume his upcoming CD would be filled with electronic dance music.
No doubt, there will be plenty of tunes perfect for clubbing, but it looks like Adam’s got a few surprises in store for his fans. Last night, he twittered:,
@adamlambert: At Capitol studios observing full string orchestra recording for one of my songs!! It’s amazing!!!!!
Strings for a ballad, maybe? These little teasers kept fans endlessly speculating. So far, there’s been plenty of talk, but no music.
Last weekend, Adam shot the video for “Time for Miracles” from the 2012 soundtrack. Screenings of the blockbuster movie, set to be released in November, have begun, and so far, the critics who’ve seen the movie haven’t much to say on the song.
A writer/columnist who attended a 2012 screening in Jackson Hole, Wyoming last night, peppered with twitters from fans looking for deets would only say the song was, “Beautiful and hopeful, very fitting, ” but then couldn’t elaborate, “Can’t. Phone were confiscated at door. Also, I’m an ethical guy. I cannot do that.” Boo!
Maybe something will break on the Adam Lambert single front next week. In the meantime, on Tuesday, Adam, Paula Abdul and Snoop Dogg will announce the American Music Award nominations at the Beverly Wilshire hotel in Los Angeles.
Adam’s debut album will be available everywhere on November 24.