Adam Lambert says he titled Trespassing to encourage fans to trespass into his world.

The 30-year-old Lambert discussed his sophomore album in a Google Play interview.

“I wanted to call it trespassing because I wanted the fans who buy the album to feel like they're actually getting to trespass into my world. They're getting to kind of like get a much more personalized view of who I am as a person and an artist. And hopefully by them trespassing into my life I'm able to trespass into theirs,” he said.

Lambert added that he wrote the track Outlaws of Love to express how he feels about the adversity the gay community faces.

“I wrote it from the perspective of the sadness that I feel sometimes when I look at the adversity that the gay and lesbian community faces on all aspects, with marriage, with bullying, with suicide, with equal rights in general. And that's what I wrote the song about.”

Lambert added that he later realized that the single “can be applied to so many other situations.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

(Related: Adam Lambert returns to American Idol to perform Trespassing music.)