There's no denying that Adam Lambert's new single "Ghost Town" is a haunting club banger, but in the American Idol alum's Hype Williams assisted music video, that thesis is made loud and clear. Ahead of his new album The Original High, today (April 29), Lambert dropped his latest music video, and it's basically the spookiest party you could ever hope to attend.
The new music video starts off with Lambert, shot in black and white, singing alone, white background behind him. As he moodily moves through the alt-rock portion of his single, shots of a derelict town flash up on the screen.
But, soon, the beat drops and Lambert turns into some sort of scary demon singer, with his face darkened and his eyes narrowed. It's all very dramatic and very Lambert.
When he's not appearing on screen, others are dancing against the same screen, giving the video chilling club vibes.
Watch the new music video for Adam Lambert's "Ghost Town" below:
"Ghost Town" is the lead single off Lambert's new album The Original High, which is due to be released on Tuesday, June 16.