Adam Lambert just unveiled his new music video for current single "Ghost Town," and if you're a fan of all things glamorous and goth then you'll probably love it.

The entire video is shot in black-and-white with dancers dressed in some seriously fantastic, oftentimes risque outfits. The mood of the video matches the intensity of the song, with a club-like atmosphere permeating the entire clip. According to an interview Adam did with Entertainment Tonight, he cast his own friends in the video and had a pretty clear concept of what he wanted to project.

He said, "I really wanted to first communicate the lyrics directly to the viewer, but then I also wanted to kind of highlight a scene of people. A lot of the people that we hired for the video are friends of mine. It was really fun on set. It was kind of a party, which made it a very relaxed shoot -- I've never shot a video like that before, that felt like a house party."

Adam went on to say, "I like to work with people that are friends of mine. I feel like you get better work done that way, and so that's what we did."

He also said that he chose to work with director Hype Williams after he saw the video "Freedom at 21" that Williams directed for Jack White. He said, "I got in touch with him after I saw that and said to him, 'We gotta work together some day -- the next time I have a single ready.' So I made good on my promise and when it came time to shoot this video, I called Hype. We started talking about ideas and I sent him a bunch of photos that really inspired me, the fashion that I really wanted to bring to the video and the look of it, so it really was a collaboration."

Check out Adam's video for "Ghost Town" above!

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