Adam Lambert Debuts New Song

Adam Lambert has been relatively quiet lately as he has been hard at work on his second album. Recently he performed in Canada at the Saint Agathe En Feux Festival. To the delight of the Glam Nation, Glambert debuted a brand new song called “Outlaws Of Love” which will be on the next, as yet untitled, record. He is joined by guitarist / singer / songwriter / producer / Rock God Monte Pittman.

“Outlaws Of Love” is a song Glambert co-wrote and deals with acceptance. It certainly could be an anthem for people everywhere that feel they can’t love who they choose to love- without judgement. Black, white, gay, straight, fat, skinny and everything in between. Love knows no bounds.

This is a great song that is sure to be a fan favorite…and a hit. After hearing this, there’s no doubt that we have to look forward to some great things from Glambert in the very near future.

Enjoy the video!

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11 thoughts on “Adam Lambert Debuts New Song

  1. It's an awesome song.. I loved it the very first listen. Adam sings with his heart and you can't help but feel what he is feeling as he sings. He's to amazing for words

  2. My favorite lyrics / scars make us who we are / hearts and homes are broken, broken. / far, we could go so far / with our minds wide open, open… This song is sooo beautiful!! I Love Adam Lambert!!!

  3. Loved the article but I have a beef! Adam is Adam and Lambert is Lambert but he is NOT Glambert. His fans ARE Glamberts, and he is simply Adam Lambert.

  4. Love this song – it's stuck in my head. One of my favorite parts of this vid – before the song even starts when Monte and Adam keep looking at each other and laughing at everyone going crazy. So great to see the two of them up there – I hope he collaborates more in the song-writing side with Monte in the future.

  5. Love the song and the singer. There is no one that can come close to his vocal ability. So glad to be around to watch his star rise above the rest.

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