Adam Lambert Performs New ‘Trespassing’ Tracks Live

Becky Bain | March 9, 2012 - 2:30 pm

Though we have to wait a bit longer for Adam Lambert’s highly anticipated sophomore release Trespassing to drop, we’re not completely devoid of new Glambert tunes — the pop star performed three previously unheard tracks from his new LP at a recent radio event, and not only does Adam give the crowd a taste of his brand new songs, he also shows off his killer dance moves. (Shake it, doll!) Listen to “Trespassing”, “Cuckoo” and “Chokehold” below, and tell us which one is your favorite.

Our first impressions? “Trespassing” has a fun sing-a-long effect with a hard, rocking bass line, and “Chokehold” is a charged power ballad that sounds a bit like U2 to us. “Cuckoo” features more than a few awesome Glambert belts and definitely has single potential — in fact, it probably will get single status, as Adam told PopJustice he was already considering the concept of the video, which would be “based on a film.”




Trespassing was originally scheduled for a March 20 release, but will now drop in “Mapril”, whenever that is.

[Via Popdust]