Adam Lambert brings a whole lot of glamor and attitude to New Music Friday with “Two Fux.” Co-written with Ferras, Sarah Hudson, Big Taste and Trey Campbell, the singer’s latest single is a defiant rock anthem about living life on your own terms. “My last project was about the chase,” the 35-year-old explains. “This time I feel the strength of being exactly, unapologetically where I am. I’m standing my ground to inspire my fans to defy the status quo.” He achieves that while still delivering catchy hooks and a soaring chorus.
“If you think what I do and how I live’s too much, I don’t really really give two fux,” Adam proclaims. “If you think that what I say and what I give ain’t love, I don’t really give two fux.” The studio version sounds quite different from the live performance he gave on Jimmy Kimmel Live last week. It’s less Queen-tastic stadium rock and more restrained and radio-friendly. Hopefully, this is the first taste of the American Idol alum’s 4th LP.