Adam Lambert covers Fault Magazine + Adam Lambert to perform at the New Now Next Awards – The Fab Femme

Adam Lambert covers Fault Magazine + Adam Lambert to perform at the New Now Next Awards

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Photo Credit: Miguel Starcevich for Fault

Good new for Adam Lambert stans. The prince of glam rock is on the March issue of Fault Magazine and he looks absolutely FIERCE and FAB! Adam dished on his new album titled Trespassing with the mag. HUGE shout out to Gossip Center for posting these FAB pics from the photo shoot :)

On why he picked ‘Trespassing’ as his new album’s title:

“The title track serves as a great mission statement for me as an artist and for how I live my life. I also wanted to give a name to what listeners would be doing by listening to the album. They’re essentially trespassing into my world, getting to know me much more in-depth than ever.”

On what his fans may not yet know about him:

I’m a crazy hedonistic rebel who wants to liberate the masses. There are songs on the album that embrace my rock n roll spirit and my love of club culture. Yet, underneath it all I’m not always as strong and confident as I may seem. I work hard to project pride and poise when faced with judgement and heartache. That is how I cope. I feel a bit of pressure to set a certain example that suggests that I deserve my place in this industry. Im hard on myself and critical. There are songs on Trespassing that deal with that anxiety. . Until I met my current boyfriend, I was always falling for the wrong guys which caused my self worth to suffer. This is just some of what the album explores.”

Interesting! Adam Lambert will also be performing a this years New Now Next Award show which is hosted by Logo TV. This is perfect timing since his new album is set to be released this month! Pretty exciting right? The event will be hosted by Kelly Osbourne. Stay tuned for details!

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