Adam Lambert has announced the release date of his brand new album, High Drama. Launching 24 February via his new deal with Warner Music, the 11-track collection features covers of classics such as Ann Peebles’ soul hit I Can’t Stand The Rain, Bonnie Tyler’s dance-rock anthem Holding Out For A Hero and Culture Club’s Do You Really Want to Hurt Me.
High Drama also includes covers of newer hits with a “glam-inspired transformation” of Billie Eilish’s Getting Older and a “rock-leaning rendition” of Lana Del Rey’s West Coast.
To celebrate the release of the new album, Lambert will be treating UK fans to a one-off exclusive show in late February, with location and details to be announced in January.
For access to pre-sale tickets, pre-order from his official website or sign up to his mailing list. Two tracks have been made instantly available: Ordinary World, Lambert’s atmospheric ballad version of the Duran Duran classic, as well as his rendition of Noél Coward’s Mad About the Boy.