Queen will present an unreleased song this Thursday. Is about “Face It Alone” and has the voice of Freddy Mercury. The legendary group announced the premiere with advertisements around the world.
In the images it appeared written “Queen – Face It Alone” and include an image of Mercury and a QR code. The posters could be seen on the streets of London, Canada, Mexico and Japan, among others.
“Queen fans! Did you see the news? keep your eyes wide open and share your photos of where you saw the posters using #FaceItAlone,” the famous band tweeted on Friday.
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The band also shared a 15-second clip of the song, which features Mercury singing, “In the end, in the end, you have to face it alone.” The theme was part of the sessions of the 1989 album “The Miracle”.
The last song Queen released with Freddie Mercury came out eight years ago, when May and Taylor included the Michael Jackson duet.There Must Be More to Life Than Thiyes”. It was for the 2014 Queen Forever compilation. In 2019, a stripped-down version of Mercury’s 1986 solo single “Time” under the title “Time Waits for No One”.
In 2014 it came out Queen Foreveran album made up of songs recorded in the ’80s that had been “forgotten”.
Queen will release a previously unreleased song featuring the voice of Freddie Mercury
The archives of iconic bands usually hold new treasures that -year after year- manage to move fans eager to know every last piece of music recorded by their idols. Along these lines, Queen announced in June that “discovered” an unreleased song with the voice of Freddie Mercury that will soon see the light.
“We found a little gem from Freddie that we had forgottendrummer Roger Taylor said in an interview on BBC Radio 2. “And it’s wonderful. Actually, it was a real find. It’s from the sessions for The Miracle album and I think it’s coming out in September.”
guitarist Brian May He told about the song “Face It Alone” that “it was hidden in plain sight; We look at it many times and think: ‘Oh, nowe really can’t salvage that‘”. With a team of sound engineers put to work to fix the original (unrevealed) conflict, the guitarist trusted that “it’s a moving song”.
Queen’s “Greatest Hits” became the best-selling album in the UK
In July, the group achieved a record in the UK music industry. His compilation album greatest hits became the first to reach the seven million copies soldas confirmed by the Official Charts Company.
The members said they are honored with this recognition. This work stood out for having the successes of the early years of the band as “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Another One Bites The Dust”“Don’t Stop Me Now”, “Save Me”, “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”, “Somebody To Love”“We Will Rock You” and “We Are The Champions”.
The numbers of “Greatest Hits”
greatest hits, released in 1981, achieved this record thanks to a combination of physical sales, downloads, and streaming. In 2014, it became the first album to exceed 6 million sales in the UK, and has now added the streaming numbers.
For its part, the most played track on the album is “Bohemian Rhapsody”which has 240 million views in the United Kingdom.
“We are here to bring you the joyous news that the album greatest hits it sold seven million copies, something that no one has achieved before. Thank you, we appreciate it”, said Brian May on his Instagram account.
For his part, Roger Taylor added: “The British public and their infinitely good taste made this record the best-selling in history. Many thanks”.
“Really is a fantastic queen achievement become the first artist to achieve 7 million album sales, with his legendary Greatest Hits. When it was first released in 1981, these types of hit records were rare and only for top musicians,” said Martin Talbot, CEO of the Official Charts Company.
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The curious way in which Queen announced the release of “Face It Alone”, with the voice of Freddie Mercury
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