Adam Lambert’s Birthday Present Includes Live Performance Of “Trespassing”
Posted by Videoson 01/30/2012 at 9:53 AM
Maybe it was the honor that comes with being the first American artist invited to the Q Snowcase, or simply a birthday high, but Adam Lambert was in a generous mood on Sunday, as he offered snippets of new songs during his visit to Zell Am See, Austria. Lambert spoke about his upcoming album Trespassing and performed new single “Better Than I Know Myself,” whose video premieres February 4, and by now Glamberts everywhere have clearly committed to memory. The opportunity to revel in preexisting praise overseas was not enough for Lambert, though, as he chose to reveal the album’s title track, an upbeat and sassy number with staccato-like delivery that provides him with ample opportunity for revealing facial expressions and soaring vocals we’ve come to know and love.
See the video below for proof. The sound quality is not great, but we’ll have to deal with it until Trespassing is released on March 20. Or until Lambert decides to buck the typical industry release routine and deliver personal copies of his album to each of our homes in a bright red bow. On the bright side: Adam Lambert music!
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