UPDATE (8/12): "Broken" is here! Listen above, and grab the song on iTunes.

Adam Lambert just can't be pinned down to any ol' genre.

From his own extensive solo discography to touring the world with Queen to divining disco-inflected greatness with with Avicii and Nile Rodgers, the talented Idol alum lays his golden chops wherever he sees fit.

As a result, it's no surprise to see that he's now dabbling in dance floor territory again.

For his latest trick, the Original High crooner is heading straight into EDM festival territory alongside Jenaux and Austin-bred producer duo Tritonal on their upcoming track, "Broken," to be released off of their forthcoming record Painting With Dreams on August 12.

The moody club cut evokes shades of Lambert's own latest album (a la "Ghost Town"), plus a bit of Justin Bieber's work with Major Lazer.

The thankful track — an ode to an emotional savior of sorts — builds up slowly-but-surely as Lambert gratefully croons his way through: "When we met, you made me forget / That my heart was ever broken!" declares. "Looking at me / You wouldn't believe that my heart was ever broken." Enter beat drop!

Hungry to hear it? Fear not, Glamberts: where there's a will, there's a way...for your entertainment. During a recent set in Buffalo, NY, Tritonal debuted the track for the crowd, which has been (mostly) captured in full below.

Tritonal is currently out on their Paintings With Dreams Tour, while Adam is heading to Asia with Queen.

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