I just want EVERYBODY to know how of a nice human being Adam Lambert is. I’ve never met an artist so genuinely sincere and generous with his fans. and beliebe me I’ve met a few. It was a real pleasure to be a part of the team who put that promo day together.
Congratulation Adam for all your hard work. its paying off.
Adam Lambert — “Never Close Our Eyes”
You guys, I’m obsessed with this song. Like, legitimately obsessed to the point that I can’t stop playing it at full volume in my car, my apartment, on my iPod… everywhere. I also can’t stop singing it.
Basically, I’m annoying everyone around me with my never-ending parade of this flawless pop masterpiece.
“American Idol” alum Adam Lambert has really struck gold with this one. It’s dancey, it’s pop-y, it’s amazing-y, and it’s got Lambert’s signature glamtastic vocals.
Good thing it got a proper video treatment to do the song justice, too. It starts off in a dark and drab dystopian future, in a society where people are herded like sheep and… somehow controlled through their eyes? Good thing we’re not closing ours ever!
Eventually, Mr. Lambert is leading an uprising of sexy-anorexic dancers with dead eyes, and before you know it, though, the video’s transformed into the most spectacular Glambert-approved ’80s-inspired day-glo dance party you’ve ever seen.
Oh, sweet Jesus… It’s basically the gayest thing ever, and I LOVE IT.
FAULT Magazine’s SPRING 2012 ISSUE - Cover Story - Adam Lambert
Photographer: Miguel Starcevich
Creative Director & Stylist: Avo Yermagyan
Grooming: Patrick Tumey
Photography Assistant: Ryan Cleveland
Interview: Leah Blewitt
Special Thanks: Shoshanna Stone & Dustin Shepard
”I think everybody has ups and downs. Everybody has their good days and bad days and we all have that little voice in our head — or maybe I’m just talking about myself! Maybe I have voices in my head and everybody else doesn’t, but you have qualities and tendencies that probably are a little bit masochistic. We all do things or say things to ourselves that aren’t healthy. Maybe we’re hard on our body image or maybe we’re self-sabotagers or maybe we’re doing something wrong, and then we have our good days, or up side. So I think the album shows both sides of that. I am in a happy place right now, I’m excited to be working and making music, I’m excited to be in a relationship, but I think in the past, I dug into moments that were lonely and I didn’t have a great track record when it came to dating. I wasn’t very successful. I kept going after the wrong kind of people and so I wrote about that on the album.” -Adam Lambert
Today Adam Lambert popped by the office for a luncheon. I was impressed by how candid and funny he was — it’s rare to meet a celebrity who chooses to have their guard down. I think that’s what I like most about him: he wasn’t trying to make us like him, which of course, made him even more likeable.
aw love Adam!
In one of our no-sense college talk, a friend of mine introduced us to the word ‘cuckoo’. We were all laughing at that time probably because we never did understand what the word really means. Well, in Adam Lambert’s second album, there’s actually a track named ‘Cuckoo’. But this time, I know…