Adam Lambert is playing it coy when it comes to revealing details about his forthcoming third studio album. Speaking about the album, which will be his first since departing RCA, on the Ryan Seacrest Presents radio show earlier this week, Lambert said, “I’m not going to say too much because I try to keep things under wraps. I’m working on this album, I’m really excited about it. I got signed to another label, which I’m not going to reveal right now, but it’s a really good deal and it’s a good project.”
Adding: “I’m working with an amazing executive producer. Again, I can’t say too much, but it’s going to be really good.”
Adam released his last studio effort, Trespassing, in 2012. The record spawned three singles: “Better Than I Know Myself, “Never Close Our Eyes”, and “Trespassing.” Upon its release, Trespassing made chart history by becoming the first album from an openly gay artist to debut at number one on the Billboard 200.