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Adam Lambert Lends His Vocals to Tritonal & Jenaux in "Broken"

On August 12th, TritonalJenaux released their new single, "Broken" featuring Adam Lambert's flawless vocals. This dance track conveys a sense of hopefulness that feels a bit absent in Lambert's most recent album The Original High. What a refreshing breath of fresh air it is:

We don't know about you, but we're compelled to get up and dance to that!

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Tritonal has been excitedly Tweeting about the song's success both on Spotify and at the Moonrise Festival. This is not their first time working with Lambert's titillating tones, however. In March of 2015, the duo remixed the first track off of TOH , "Ghost Town", gifting it more of an upbeat feel.

We hope this tri-force of Tritonal & Jenaux's skill in producing and DJing teamed with Lambert's seemingly effortless vocalization of such lyrical perfection continues in the future!


Written by Ally M


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