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Adam Lambert releases new single 'Roses', announces new album 'Velvet' and European tour

The Queen frontman isn't taking his foot off the pedal in 2020.

2020-02-04

Well, Adam Lambert is having quite the day of it, isn't here?

After being confirmed as the first headliner for Manchester Pride Live 2020 this August, the 'Ghost Town' singer and Queen frontman has dropped a brand new single, revealed details of his upcoming fourth album, Velvet, and announced a European tour and and mini Las Vages residency. Whew.

Adam's new single, 'Roses', is a '70s-styled funk tune featuring the singer's trademark slinky vocals and disco legend Nile Rodgers.

Coming off the back of previous singles 'Superpower' and 'New Eyes', the track is the third to be lifed from Adam's forthcoming album Velvet, which we now know will be released on 20 March.

The newly-annpunced Manchestwer Pride show will mark the start of an autumn European tour for Adam, with anothercheduled stop at The SSE Arena Wembley in London.

The former Attitude cover star, who's currently in the middle of a world tour with Queen, will also will perform a mini Las Vegas residency, Velvet, at The Venetian Resort Hotel & Casino this spring, with tickets set to go on sale this Friday 8 February at 10am.

We don't know about Adam, but we're exhausted just reading that schedule.

The full tracklist for Velvet is as follows: 

Velvet 
Superpower
Stranger You Are 
Loverboy
Roses feat. Nile Rodgers
Closer To You 
Overglow
Comin In Hot 
On The Moon
Love Dont
Ready To Run 
New Eyes
Feel Something

Meanwhile, you cvan check out the full list of European dates for The Velvet Tour below:

30 August – Manchester, UK – Manchester Pride

01 September – London, UK – The SSE Arena Wembley

03 September – Amsterdam, Netherlands – AFAS Live

04 September – Cologne, Germany – Carlswerk Victoria

05 September – Berlin, Germany – Huxleys

07 September – Warsaw, Poland – Expo

08 September – Hamburg, Germany – Grosse Freiheit

09 September – Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega

12 September – Helsinki, Finland – Ice