Out singer Adam Lambert shared some thoughts on his upcoming third album in a recent chat with GLAAD.

“I've already put in a good amount of time in the studio and I'm going to continue and finish it,” the 32-year-old Lambert said. “I'm very excited. I think it's going to be really great, with stuff on there that is a slightly different direction [from what I have done] before, which I'm really looking forward to because I don't like repeating myself. I am working with some amazing producers and I think people are going to be in for a treat.”

He said the Queen tour was next headed for stops in South Korea and Japan.

On the gay rights movement, Lambert said it had turned a corner.

“I feel like we're getting to a point where it is starting to tip and it's really exciting. There is still a lot of work to do but you can see how we are becoming more mainstream.”

“Now what is happening is that the new generation coming up has a much different perception of who they are and what they are, and anyone who is not an LGBT person also has a different perception of who we are and what we are. So it is interesting because it's almost getting into this post-gay type of generation where it might not end up being as loud and proud as generations before. I don't know if that is a good thing or a bad thing but it's definitely changing,” he add.