Adam Lambert has 'a Depeche Mode-meets-Queen self-empowerment anthem' for upcoming album, and a song called 'Time for Miracles' for '2012' soundtrack.
Rumor suggesting that Adam Lambert will get help from "American Idol" judge Kara DioGuardi is proven true. On the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine, it is confirmed that the runner-up of Idol season 8 writes a song called "Strut" with her.
"I love that stuff that makes you feel sexy, puts you in a good mood," Lambert told the publication. "The song is supposed to be a confidence booster. The message is 'be yourself. Let it all hang out'."
No release date has been shared by the magazine in regard of the new song. Instead, it teases that the track will be "a Depeche Mode - meets - Queen self-empowerment anthem that highlights Lambert's range."
In another news, it has been uncovered that Adam Lambert's song which will serve as a theme song for upcoming movie "2012 (2009)" is called "Time for Miracles". The working title for the so-called "classic rock ballad" song is attached to the film's latest poster.
Lambert will drop his post-Idol album across U.S. on November 24. Beside working with Kara DioGuardi, he also enters studio with Kevin Rudolf, OneRepublic's vocalist Ryan Tedder, Sam Sparro as well as top-notch producers Linda Perry and RedOne.