Adam Lambert Goes “Underground”: Listen To ‘The Original High’ Sultry Track

Bianca Gracie | May 15, 2015 10:32 am
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Adam Lambert’s upcoming The Original High album is just a month away, and we’re continuing to receive musical gems from the singer! Straight after we premiered KREAM’s remix of “Ghost Town” last week, a new song off the LP has surfaced!

Simply titled “Underground,” the track (which talks about being hooked on lust) does an 180-degree turn from the house-drive “Ghost Town” single. Instead, it is a slinky downtempo that includes finger snaps, brooding percussion and Lambert’s soaring vocals that tease the ears. It may have been released today (May 15), but we have a feeling this one will become a fan favorite.

Look out for the singer’s forthcoming third studio album The Original High on June 16 via Warner Bros. Take a listen to “Underground” below, and let us know what you think in the comments below!

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