Adam Lambert will drop a brand new song, 'Feel Something' on February 21.
This is the first new track since last summer's 'Two Fux,' and is a precursor to his forthcoming album, which follows the 2015 Warner Bros. Records release 'The Original High.'
According to reports, Lambert had teased details of the new record — estimating that he has written "35-ish" songs — in a Twitter chat earlier this month.
Lambert wrote, "I have been working really hard on it! The album is gonna be yummy! It's basically all of my influences rolled into my own special blend…"
Since Lambert's debut on American Idol almost ten years ago, his career has seen a string of highs, including a Grammy nomination (for 2011's 'Whataya Want From Me') and the No. 1 debut of his 2012 album, 'Trespassing'.
His portrayal of Eddie on Fox's 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show' live; a judging gig on 'The X Factor Australia;' and his show-stopping performance of Cher's 'Believe' at the Kennedy Center Honors were all received favourably.
Lambert continues to front Queen, and the band — dubbed Queen + Adam Lambert, will have a high profile gig on February 24 opening the Oscars ceremony. 'Bohemian Rhapsody,' the biopic about late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, is nominated for five Academy Awards.