Adam Lambert Shares ‘Do You Actually Need to Harm Me’ Cowl On ‘Fallon’

Adam Lambert stopped by The Tonight Present Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, March 1, to carry out a stirring and epic model of Tradition Membership’s “Do You Actually Need to Harm Me.”

The track is included on his cowl album Excessive Drama, which additionally incorporates a cowl of Billie Eilish’s “Getting Older,” amongst others.

On the finish of final month, Lambert celebrated the upcoming launch of Excessive Drama with an intimate, one-off gig at London’s well-known KOKO membership on February 27. Lambert has described Excessive Drama as a “rock opera live performance album,” and can function the singer placing his distinctive spin on 80s classics like Duran Duran’s “Atypical World,” Bonnie Tyler’s “Holding Out For A Hero” to newer hits like Lana Del Rey’s “West Coast,” Pink’s “My Attic,” and extra.

The rock singer additionally lately carried out “Atypical World” in the course of the dwell finale on The Voice in December, giving followers a style of the “excessive drama” they’ll count on from the brand new document.

Excessive Drama will likely be Lambert’s fourth solo studio album, following up his final launch, Velvet, from 2020. The American Idol alum and Queen frontman lately shared a video for his glam rock tackle “Holding Out For A Hero.”

And talking of Queen, Lambert and his Queen cohorts additionally kicked off the brand new 12 months with a brand new on-line live performance movie referred to as Rhapsody Over London. The efficiency was captured throughout one of many band’s 10-date sold-out run at The O2 Enviornment in London this summer season as a part of their 2022 Rhapsody Tour.

In different Queen information, Brian Could was lately appointed knighthood within the 2023 New Yr’s Honors Record.

Brian’s Honors Record quotation acknowledges Brian as: Dr. Brian Harold Could CBE: “Musician, Astrophysicist and Animal Welfare Advocate. For companies to Music and to Charity.”

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