Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor ‘We recorded a new song with Adam Lambert’

Adam Lambert sings Bohemian Rhapsody with Queen in Sydney

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Adam has confessed that everyone always asks him when they are going to start recording new material. His answer is perfect, “I’m not sure it makes total sense because it wouldn’t really be Queen, because to me Queen is Freddie.” However, in a new interview, Brian and Roger revealed that the trio had already recorded new material.

Brian first teased the possibility back in 2019 when the band first embarked on the North American leg of the Queen and Adam Lambert Rhapsody World Tour.

He said: “We’ve talked about writing songs. It’s been discussed. We’re a live outfit now and concerned with giving maximum value for money on-stage. That means playing songs everybody knows. So the thought of new music gets pushed into the background.”

But then, of course, live performances were suddenly halted worldwide at the start of 2020.

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Brian had added at the time; “I don’t want Queen to become a museum piece.”

With that in mind, the music legend has now confessed that the band was already trying out new songs in 2019.

Brian told the latest issue of Classic Rock magazine: “It was a song that we’d tried to adapt that had come from a friend. It had the makings of being a great song…”

So, why haven’t the fans heard any more about it?

Queen and Adam Lambert recently released the Live Around The World concert DVD and video but there has been no sign of any new material.

It seems Adam’s own words might hold the key to the problem with trying to record new Queen songs without Freddie – and, of course, John Deacon.

Brian admitted: “We couldn’t crack it. We couldn’t get there.”

Roger added: “We did record a song which we haven’t actually finished. I can’t remember what it’s called. I think we were still discussing what we should call it.

The band had tried recording the song at the start of the Rhapsody Tour, now they are facing a further twelve-month delay before the tour can resume.  All three shared the news with their fans, with some fighting talk.


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Brian posted on Instagram: “Sadly we have to postpone again. Gutted. But we have rescheduled exactly a year later – and all tickets currently held will be valid – and – we’ve added extra dates !!!”

Those new dates are two shows in Glasgow on June 2 and 3, 2022.

Roger added:”When we do eventually get to play in front of live audiences it will be with a ferociously renewed attack….. We are disappointed but we WILL be back!”

Adam also wrote: “It’s so disappointing to have to postpone again, but safety comes first! @rogertaylorofficial , @brianmayforreal , and myself look forward to spring 2022 when we will be back, better than ever!”

Teh band confirmed all existing tickets will automatically be transferred to the corresponding rescheduled shows, although fans can also request a refund.


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