Adam Lambert premiered a new song that sounds like it has a not-so-subtle message about acceptance of gay people during a recent concert in Canada.
"All of the things I've been talking about over the past year, a lot of them boil down to acceptance," the gay singer told his screaming audience while introducing the ballad. "This is a song that I wrote about how it feels that no matter where you go or where you turn sometimes it feels like you are just running from the law."
"Outlaws of Love" tells the story of a couple who are "always on the run." Lambert sings, "They say we'll rot in hell, well I don't think we will."
Lambert is characteristically quiet about his personal life, and that held true when asked by Us Weekly in an interview published today whether he had any marriage plans.
"I don't like to talk about my relationship so if you see pictures of us out to dinner together, then great," he said. "I don't see myself getting married in the future." UPDATE: Lambert later corrected that version of the quote on Twitter, saying, "Not in the NEAR future. Get it right."
Listen to the song below.