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The haunting club banger will lead the former 'American Idol' contestant's new album 'The Original High' that's due out on June 16 via Warner Bros. Records.
The 14-song project scheduled to be released on June 12 includes lead single 'Ghost Town' that hits radio on April 21 as well as collaborations with Tove Lo and Queen's Brian May.
The 'American Idol' alum posted on Twitter the black-and-white artwork and the third snippet four days before officially releasing the new single.
The former 'American Idol' winner shares another preview for the song, which will lead his upcoming album 'The Original High', before releasing it in full on April 21.
The former 'American Idol' contestant also says that most songs on his highly-anticipated new album 'are more esoteric and so they're open to interpretation.'
The song, which will lead the former 'American Idol' contestant's upcoming album 'The Original High', will be released on April 21.
The selfie posted on Instagram over the weekend showed the singer sporting bulging biceps and giant tattoo that covered his left hand.
The first single off the new album, marking the singer's first to be released under Warner Bros. Records, will be released in April.
Adam recreates his own audition by singing Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' and becomes a tough judge as he replaces Keith Urban during the auditions in New York.
The 'American Idol' alum reveals he's signed a multi-album deal with Warner Bros. and is currently working on his first project under the label with hitmakers Martin and Shellback.
The 18-date tour will open on June 19 at Chicago's United Center and conclude on July 20 at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Washington D.C.
The two former finalists of the veteran singing competition show will make appearance during Randy Jackson's 'Boot Camp'.
Another round of war between Mr. Schue and Sue is declared as Kurt, Dani and Santana try to find a new member for their band.
The 'Whataya Want From Me' rocker decides to part ways with the RCA after the label pushes him to release an '80s cover album.
Series creator Ryan Murphy announces the 'American Idol' alum's casting via his tweet.