Singer Adam Lambert has revealed some of the influences that went into the making of his new album Trespassing. Adam admits that he was listening to a lot of 90s music and was specifically inspired by the likes of George Michael and Michael Jackson.
Lambert explained to the Daily Star, "It can't hurt me that the '90s are becoming trendy again. I went there because that's what inherently locked into my musical subconscious, as it's what I grew up with.”
He added, "This album borrows so much from my first pop influences. I was listening to George Michael, Michael Jackson, Queen – I know Queen aren't '90s, but that's when I got into them – and house music. There's a lot of house's darker atmospheres in the album too.”
Adam then went on to discuss his new single Never Close Our Eyes, which saw him work with Bruno Mars. He continued, "Never Close Our Eyes is a great dance song. It's a little bit more dance than Bruno usually goes, so it'll be a fun surprise for people."
Never Close Our Eyes is set to be released in the UK on June 24.