Adam Lambert Live-Premieres New Song “Two Fux” With Queen

Namaste right here.

Well that was fast. On Thursday, Adam teased seconds of a new song titled "Two Fux," then hours later performed it with Queen on Jimmy Kimmel.

Adam dedicated the performance to the late Queen singer, Freddie Mercury, but the track itself is meant for the naysayers. “Watch out for my enemies / Cause in the end it ain't that deep / Imma get my inner peace in leather,” he sings. If you think that what I do and how I live's too much / I don't really really give two fux / If you think that what I say and what I give ain't love / I don't really really give two fux.”

It's a playful FU to the haters – Adam's vocals are on point and Brian May's guitar solo is robust. Check out fan-filmed footage of the performance below:



They also performed "I Want It All."



The studio version drops June 30.

Queen and Lambert kick off their worldwide tour Friday night (June 23) in Phoenix, Arizona.

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