PUBLISHED: 00:51, Wed, Sep 23, 2020 | UPDATED: 00:54, Wed, Sep 23, 2020
A few weeks ago, Queen and Adam Lambert announced their first live album in Live Around The World. Released on October 2, the record has already seen one single released, The Show Must Go On, which was performed Live at The O2 in July 2018. And now Brian May and Roger Taylor have teased another track from the album and it’s a Freddie Mercury solo classic.
Posting a snap of Adam Lambert on stage, May wrote on his Instagram: “And then there’s ....THIS !!! Trailer alert !!
“Don’t miss the Queen + Adam Lambert exclusive performance of I Was Born To Love You, taken from their headlining appearance of Japan’s largest rock festival, Summer Sonic, Tokyo, 2014!
“This Thursday, 24th Sept 4PM PST / 7PM EST or Friday, Sept 25th Midnight BST.
“A final snip from the imminent LIVE AROUND THE WORLD album and DVD.”
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Brian May teases Queen and Adam Lambert’s live performance of Freddie Mercury solo classic (Image: GETTY)
While Taylor wrote: “Coming soon and taken from our brand new album Live Around The World
“Thursday 24th Sept at 4PM PST / 7PM EST and MIDNIGHT Friday 25th! All on our YouTube channel!”
So UK fans can head to the Queen YouTube channel video below when the recording of the 2014 performance goes live at midnight on Friday 25th (the evening of Thursday 24th).
In the video’s description it reads: “This Queen + Adam Lambert version of I Was Born To Love You made its live debut in the band’s show set for their first Asia tour in August 2014.”
Queen and Adam Lambert's Live Around The World is released on October 2 (Image: QAL)