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Adam Lambert Drops Fashionably Slick Music Video for ‘Ghost Town’!

Just one week after making his official return, Adam Lambert drops the music video for his brand new single, “Ghost Town,” the lead track from his third studio album The Original High (out June 16th).
The slick Hype Williams-directed clip kicks off with single shots of the 33-year-old singer serving up some fierce smoldering looks interrupted by flashes of a dark room full of writhing, gyrating dancers while the whistle breakdown plays. By the end of the black-and-white visual, Adam joins everyone and it turns into one big smoky dance party.

“The inspiration was more like a fashion film,” Adam told MTV. “The styling was something that I talked to Hype about in depth, like I had a lot of photographs and stuff… it was really fun because I got to get in there obviously with my own wardrobe and bring a lot of my pieces in, and then even when we were styling the dancers and the models, I got to sit there with them and help style.”

“The energy on set was like a house party. It was so relaxed and upbeat a lot of laughs, which is funny because the tone of the video, the lyrics are a bit darker,” Adam continued. “It’s a nice balance on set not to keep things too heavy, and I think that’s kind of the secret to the song, because it’s dealing with some sadness, but it’s also an upbeat dance track and in a way, the beat and the dancing help pull you out of the sadness.”

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