Adam Lambert puts his heart on the line in his latest song, “Underground,” from his upcoming album, The Original High.
The Max Martin and Shellback-produced track is a poignant ode to the love the “Ghost Town” singer can’t live without.
“When you go, when you go, it’s like I put my life on the line, so what?/When you go, when you go, I’m trippin’ but I’m pretending I’m fine, so don’t,” he sings.
With a beat that pulsates and builds over a moody piano, Lambert shows his sonic dexterity while pining for love to return to him.
“I’m hooked, I can’t cut you off, In my blood, I’m gonna say it now/I want you, I need you, I want you to take me underground,” he sings on the chorus.
The Original High, which features 11 songs and three bonus tracks, is set for release on June 16.