New Single! Adam Lambert Performs “Two Fux” For The First Time
Well, that didn’t take long! Adam Lambert only revealed that he was releasing new music yesterday (June 22) and we already have the title, cover and live performance. Co-written with Ferras, Sarah Hudson, Big Taste and Trey Campbell, “Two Fux” is a defiant pop/rock anthem about living life on your own terms. “If you think what I’m doing how I live’s too much, I don’t really give two fux,” he sings on the soaring chorus. “If you think that what I say and what I give ain’t love, I don’t really give two fux.” Amen.
Adam performed the song as part of Queen’s mini-concert on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night and you can watch fan-filmed footage below. The “Ghost Town” singer rocks fire-engine red hair, silver pants, a glitter-splattered jacket and leather gloves while gliding across the stage in platforms. (It’s what you might call a look). He’s accompanied by Brian May on guitar, which means that “Two Fux” could well end up on the setlist of Queen’s summer tour. “Two Fux” arrives on June 30.