Adam Lambert returned this week with his brand new surprise track 'Welcome To The Show', featuring Swedish star Laleh.

Rousing and emotional, the song allows Lambert to showcase his incomparable vocal range on a track that wouldn't sound out of place on a Sia record.

As seems to be tradition with Adam, he first lays the foundation of the song out delicately before building immeasurably upon that and, with Laleh, he's found a beautiful and enigmatic talent who can more than hold her own when soaring alongside him.

The lyrics: 'You know I have a veil / All covered up to myself / It's always there / Now they wanna know / How does it feel? / Gonna let it show / That I'm happy to / Entertain, share with you / It's hard to say / How your own thoughts can hurt you / I'm gonna let them stare / They feel like me out there / So welcome to the show', are all extremely evocative and force the listener into a sense of security with the performers.

Could Adam be talking about his true life in the spotlight? He's genuinely quite a private person when it comes to personal goings on, keeping it all away from the glare of the public eye, but through this song he appears at his most vulnerable, letting it all hang out and giving the listener the option of bringing about their own conclusions.

The glamour, mystery and attraction surrounding Adam is something that has remained solid throughout his career and doesn't seem to be going anywhere fast.

'Welcome To The Show' is honestly a beautiful addition to his catalogue of music and I for one cannot wait to see just where his career will be headed next.

'Welcome To The Show' featuring Laleh is available worldwide now on iTunes.


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  1. by Yvette 19th Mar 2016 04:53

    Adam was awesome singing Welcome to the Show. Anytime I can see and hear Adam sing it's a great day! It would have been better if Adam had the stage for a SOLO performance for his last and final on American Idol. Adam really broke the mold on Idol. But No One can upstage Adam Lambert.

  2. by 6plus12 19th Mar 2016 06:07

    Thank you for a fine review - Lambert is a truly exceptional singer - was very happy to see him with new music - a great song and he performed it brilliantly -

  3. by queenrosered 19th Mar 2016 12:55

    Props to Layleh for even performing live WITH a talent such as Lambert. Well, actually, there's no one else like him. "There can be ONLY ONE" lol. That was such a special performance, honestly. As Randy Jackso0n would have said "Theatrical, yes, but I LIKE IT!" Please bring on MORE Adam.

  4. by Sherry 22nd Mar 2016 23:19

    Thanks Daniel a great review. I am almost always lost for right words to describe Adam personally or his talent. WTTS is my favorite single he's put out his vocals are off the charts incredible. And There I Said It is another ballad from TOH that affects me same way.