Adam Lambert has released three remixes for ‘Better Than I Know Myself’ that take his latest single in very different directions.

All three tracks keep the basic verse and chorus structure of the tune, but make drastic changes to the music. The Robert Marvin & Shearer version is a slow-paced, atmospheric remix with a Skrillex-esque dubstep breakdown.

Meanwhile, the Alex Ghenea remix utilizes a chilled-out beat that almost has an early ’90s R&B edge. The track lets the poppy melody and Lambert’s strong vocals shine through.

Finally, the Dave Aude remix is the most danceable of the three, combining chopped-up vocal clips with pulsing electro beats. The hard-hitting club sound will win over those hoping for a more rhythmic sound from the singer’s new music.

The remixes are available for purchase at Lambert’s official store, where fans can also pre-order Lambert’s second album, ‘Trespassing.’ ‘Better Than I Know Myself’ is the first single from that record, which is still waiting for a release date as the singer finishes up some last-minute additions to the record.

Listen to Adam Lambert, ‘Better Than I Know Myself’ (Robert Marvin Remix)

Listen to Adam Lambert, ‘Better Than I Know Myself’ (Alex Ghenea Remix)

Listen to Adam Lambert, ‘Better Than I Know Myself’ (Dave Aude Remix)