Adam Lambert

Adam Lambert features on Tritonal & Jenaux’s new track ‘Broken’

Adam Lambert is one busy man right now. Not content with taking on the role of Eddie in Fox’s remake of the Rocky Horror Picture Show and being a judge on Australia’s X Factor, Adam has found the time to feature on Tritonal & Jenaux’s new track ‘Broken’.

I wore the pain on my face, hoping someday it would fade,
You know how to wash it away, oh you do it,
I wear the smile that you gave me, won’t take it off if you paid me,
I wouldn’t say that you saved me but the truth is,
Right when we met, you made me forget that my heart was ever broken
Looking at me, you wouldn’t believe that my heart was ever broken

‘Broken’ is the genre-busting track from dynamic music producers Tritonal, the prodigious Jenaux, and international superstar Adam Lambert. The track is full of electronic vibes, warm synths and an empathetic bass-heavy breakdown. Teamed with Adam’s distinctive vocals, this track has all the ingredients to be a success story.

When the collaboration opportunity arose, Adam had no hesitations about jumping on board. He said, “I loved the remix that Tritonal did on my single ‘Ghost Town’ and that’s when I discovered their music and became a fan. So when they approached me to do a feature it was a no brainer!”

Adam has proven his versatility as a singer, and we’re loving this energetic track and the new era of music he’s introducing us to. It’s all building up towards Adam carving out his fourth studio album, and whenever it may be released, we’re already anticipating even greater things from him.

‘Broken’ is available from today, to coincide with Tritonal’s new full-length album Painting with Dreams being available for pre-order.

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Written by Katrina Rees

I'm Katrina, or Kat to pretty much everyone. I'm an editor for CelebMix, a content writer, a boyband lover and an all round music fanatic.
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