The cover art for Adam Lambert's sophomore album 'Trespassing' is here, revealing an intense stare from the former 'American Idol' finalist.

The image stands in contrast to the cover of his debut, 'For Your Entertainment,' which depicted the singer as androgynous, blue-haired and glammed-out.

'Trespassing' is a bit more basic, with Lambert staring straight ahead and the album title at the bottom in bright yellow providing the only splash of color.

The album hits stores on March 20. Lambert tweeted that he is both executive producer of creative director of the record.

Lambert has described the content of the album as the very personal story of the last two years of his life. He said, "It’s been a transformative period and I really wanted to make music from what I’ve experienced.  All these songs honestly explore the ups and downs of my reality.”

The mood of the music, based on early reports, ranges from club bangers and party jams to slow love songs. Fans are already digging the first single, 'Better Than I Know Myself,' which Lambert has performed on 'The Tonight Show' and 'Ellen.'