Adam Lambert has landed the cover of yet another magazine, this time gracing FAULT with an enigmatic and gorgeous new photoshoot included inside.
The singer gets shirtless in one of the shots, and talks about working with executive producers Max Martin and Shellback on his third studio album 'The Original High', as well as his new record label and fronting Queen on their global arena tour.
Chatting about performing live, Adam said: "I grew up on stage in front of people, so it's the most comfortable I ever feel when I'm up there."
On a more 'stripped back' Adam, he added: "When I started I was constantly trying to create something, but now I want it to be like real life... I want people to know what I'm really about."
With his new album becoming a success, he said of the themes: "It's about the pursuit of happiness. We all have something that gives us pleasure, but that thing can sometimes turn on you and put you through hell."
He continued: "I think I feel more confident in my talent than I did before, and more clear in my direction. I don't feel I have to assert myself as much, which means there's a lot less ego in the music."
- So photographer - Giuliano Bekor
- Stylist / Creative Direction - Avo Yermagyan
- Journalist - Will Bellantyne- Reid
Adam's new album 'The Original High' is out now.
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