Adam Lambert releases music video for “Never Close Our Eyes”

American Idol runner-up and controversial pop singer Adam Lambert has released his new music video for his latest single, “Never Close Our Eyes”. The song is the second single to be released off his new album “ Trespassing”, which dropped on May 15th, following “Better Than I Know Myself”.

Lambert’s music videos for this album seem to be following a very symbolic and artistic pattern. With “Better Than I Know Myself”, it seemed as if the message that was being conveyed was the internal battle of good versus evil. However, in “Never Close Our Eyes”, there seems to be a more universal message of conformity.

The video shows a futuristic world, in which citizens are dressed in very bland clothing, being forced to take capsules and do chores in unison while being watched by security cameras. A group of these citizens escape. Lambert, always being the one to show that it’s okay to let your freak flag fly, shows this as the video progresses.

You can watch the video above. Adam Lambert’s new album “Trespassing” is now available for purchase.


About Karissa Vassallo

Karissa has been a music lover for as long as she can remember - from NSYNC to No Doubt, from Avril Lavigne to Avenged Sevenfold, she has always had a wide variety in her music tastes. After attending NYU's Future Music Moguls program, she started Read Between the Grooves to jumpstart her career in the music industry, as well as showcase her writing and her photography. She currently studies Entertainment and Arts Management at Drexel University.
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