Adam Lambert has performed a new song titled Outlaws Of Love, which will be included on the openly gay star’s upcoming new album.
Lambert appeared at the Le Festival Ste-Agathe en Feux Festival in Quebec on Friday where he debuted the song.
“All of the things I’ve been talking about over the past year, all of it boils down to acceptance and this is the song that I wrote about how it feels, that no matter where you go or where you turn, sometimes it feels like you’re just running from the law,” the singer told the crowd before launching into the ballad.
The lyrics include: “Tears all fall the same, we all feel the rain, we cannot change/ Everywhere we go, we’re looking for the sun / They say we’ll rot in hell, I don’t think we will/ They’ve branded us enough, outlaws of love.”
Lambert (29) became an international star when he finished as the runner-up on the eighth season of American Idol in 2009.
He came out as gay soon after, released a successful debut album and was nominated for a 2010 Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for the track Whataya Want from Me.
Watch Lambert perform Outlaws Of Love in the fan video below.