What is claimed as an on-set picture of Adam Lambert's 'Time for Miracles' music video has been found on Twitter.
Adam Lambert tweeted about shooting a music video for his new single "Time for Miracles" on October 3. "Shooting Time For Miracles Music Video!!!! Long day, but we are getting amazing footage," he wrote.
There is no word on when the video will be debuted and what it will be dealing with, but a fan by the name Laura Sun whose grandparents live near the shooting location claims to have an on-set picture and recently shared it on her Twitter. The snap shows a crashed car.
Described as "classic rock ballad. Earthy and catchy", "Time for Miracles" is a soundtrack for upcoming movie "2012 (2009)". Queen's guitarist Brian May who got the privilege to hear the song back in August said, "It's truly sensational. In fact it's so obviously a number one smash, any bookie would be mad to take bets on it. ... Adam's voice reaches out with sensitivity, depth, maturity, and awesome range and power which will make jaws drop all around the world. It's an awesome performance."
Beside filming "Time for Miracles" music video, Adam Lambert is also prepping to release his first studio album since graduating from "American Idol". He works with Greg Wells, Kevin Rudolf, OneRepublic's vocalist Ryan Tedder, Sam Sparro, Kara DioGuardi, Linda Perry and RedOne. He will drop the effort in U.S. on November 24.