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At the Los Angeles premiere of the film on Tuesday night, he told reporters how great it felt to be asked to contribute to the film's soundtrack since it was long before he had started work on his debut LP.
"I really feel honored that they came to me and asked me. I think it's obviously a risk on their part because this was before any sort of album had been completed or hardly even started," he said. "So for them to ask me, it shows faith. It really made me feel good and gave me a lot of confidence."
Late last month, the video premiered for the song. In it, Lambert makes his way through an apocalyptic world while mugging for the camera and belting out the show-stopping tune. "[Rob] pushed me to the limit. I sang for my life," Lambert said about working with producer Rob Cavallo on the song, which was written by Alain Johannes and the late Natasha Shneider.
Lambert dons his best Goth clothes and anguished face in the video as he makes his way through disaster scene after disaster scene, as everyone around him flees falling buildings and debris raining down from a fiery sky. Despite the fact that the world is coming to an end around him, Lambert looks triumphantly straight into the camera and sings about not giving up on a lost love.
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