Adam Lambert has been a “breath of fresh air” to Queen’s resurgence, but the singer has revealed just how seriously he takes his new job fronting the legendary rock band. Lambert, Brian May and Roger Taylor have just returned from Australia after finishing their last concert in Melbourne at the weekend. Fans declared the performance Queen’s “best concert ever”, and May has told his devoted fans he’s going to take some time off to recuperate from the full-on last few months.
But while fans wait for the band to team up again for the UK leg of the tour this summer, American Idol winner Lambert has shared how all three band members are such perfectionists they reflect on the previous performance every single night before their next turn on stage.
Speaking in a new interview with 7news.com.au, the singer reflected on his experience with the band.
“It is a family at this point, which is amazing,” he said.
“They are so lovely and so easy to work with - and I think we share the tendency to be perfectionists.
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Adam Lambert reveals secret pre-show process from behind the scenes (Image: GETTY)
Adam Lambert has given a new interview saying Queen is like a family now (Image: GETTY)
“We’re always trying to be better,” the star continued.
“We think about the show the night before, and we’ll think about how we can make it better.
“It’s part of the process, even now.”
Lambert went on to talk about how much he’s enjoyed the tour,