From his own extensive solo discography to touring the world with Queen to divining disco-inflected greatness with with Avicii and Nile Rodgers, the talented Idol alum lays his golden chops wherever he sees fit.
As a result, it’s no surprise to see that he’s now dabbling in dance floor territory again.
For his latest trick, the Original High crooner is heading straight into EDM festival territory alongside Austin-bred producer duo Tritonal on their upcoming track, “Broken,” to be released off of their forthcoming record Painting With Dreams on August 12.
The thankful track — an ode to an emotional savior of sorts — builds up slowly-but-surely as Lambert gratefully croons his way through: “When we met, you made me forget / That my heart was ever broken!” declares. “Looking at me / You wouldn’t believe that my heart was ever broken.” Enter beat drop!
Hungry to hear it? Fear not, Glamberts: where there’s a will, there’s a way…for your entertainment. During a recent set in Buffalo, NY, Tritonal debuted the track for the crowd, which has been (mostly) captured in full below.