A good music video is an art form in and of itself. Weaving sound, cinematography, choreography, and narrative into one brief package is no small feat. So what exactly does it take to make a solid music video? In this episode of Playback , we give Adam Lambert a chance to answer that question. Adam Lambert's "Velvet," off his fourth studio album, which goes by the same name, is rich with imagery and feeling. In the latest episode of Playback , he explains the meaning behind the lyrics, the making of the music video, and having fun with fashion. While speaking to Charlotte Rutherford, the director of the music video, he brainstormed ideas for what it could look like.
I've been using those brush tip pens I bought cheap recently. One was a very dark blue. I used other blue pens for lighter colors, including a Glaze pen. This one was going to be blue with brown, but the yellow and orange crept in and the brown didn't look as good, so I added a bit of yellow and orange to it. As a finishing touch I also added some tiny gems: four 'gold' and two blue. Tangles: Camelia, Coaster, Tipple, Tortuca, and various stripes. I have several grey pens, in warm and cool…. Some of the most epic moments from the show over the years. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
A video of Adam Lambert singing 'Please Come Home For Christmas' which he shot and uploaded to his Instagram page is better than many songs professionally recorded in a studio! Queen 's Adam Lambert has once again blessed us with a Christmas track for Hot on the heels of his Disney Christmas song , the rock star has recorded a version of 'Please Come Home For Christmas' and dedicating the song to "all of us in long distance relationships this year.
It was released in October as the album's second single, and has charted at number 5 in the Polish Airplay Top and 35 on the Dutch Top It was serviced to US radio in November and an official remix package was released to digital retailers on December 4, Payami performs bass, keyboards and percussion and programming on the record, while Sterling Fox provides background vocals; both his and Lambert's vocals were edited by Peter Carlsson, with engineering came from Sam Holland with assistance from Cory Bice and assistant mastering engineering from Randy Merrill. Entertainment Focus noted that the song "gives more than a passing nod to the 80s. The music video premiered on October 9, and is directed by Luke Gilford. Each character performs for tourists but is depicted as lonely in their personal lives though some have pets.