Adam Lambert is in the beginning stages of preparing his next studio album.
Lambert surprised fans with a brand new song last month, a collaboration with Laleh titled "Welcome To The Show" where he boasts a ferocious falsetto over cinematic production.
Fans believed there was more on the way, but Lambert clarified to the Digital Spy the next record is in its infancy.
"The plan is still being concocted and is unfolding, so we don't really know. It's all kind of still spinning around," Adam said.
"It's only now that I'm starting to go, 'Where do I want to go next, sound-wise?' But I haven't gotten close enough to the process yet. I think I'll start working on stuff in the Fall."
For the next cut, the American Idol admits he'd love to reconnect with Swedish producer Max Martin, who crafted a handful of songs off the latest LP. "He's amazing. Max really gets me and we get along really well," Adam said. "I think he brings out the best in me vocally, which is good."
Until then, Lambert will wrap up his Original High world tour before headlining the Isle of Wight Festival with Queen on June 9-12.