Adam Lambert's loyal Glamberts are one passionate bunch — didja see what went down during our March Madness competition? — so it only makes sense that he's already fielding questions about his next studio album. Could it be coming sooner than we think?

In an interview with Digital Spy, the Original High singer revealed that he'll likely be starting up again a little later this year.

"It's only now that I'm starting to go, 'Where do I want to go next, sound-wise?' But I haven't gotten close enough to the process yet. I think I'll start working on stuff in the Fall," he said. "The plan is still being concocted...it's all kind of still spinning around." He also revealed that he'd love to continue working on music with Swedish super-producer Max Martin, who executive produced The Original High.

Lambert surprised fans last month with "Welcome To The Show (feat. Laleh)," a brand new single he recorded earlier this year, leading some to speculate that he was prepping new material. As it turns out, he's not quite there yet — but he's considering his next moves now.

What direction could you see Adam Lambert going in next? Techno? Country? Emo-folk-trance? Leave some of your thoughts below. Who knows? Maybe he'll find some inspiration right here from one of you.