Brian May reignites ‘Spirit of Rock’s smouldering embers’ amid ...

Brian May performs guitar version of The Wellerman sea shanty

Last year, Queen and Adam Lambert performed on tour across Asia and Oceania before the first lockdown. Finding himself stuck at home, Brian May shared his struggles with fans through his Instagram account as he ended up in hospital after tearing his Gluteus Maximus, which left the guitarist in terrible pain. If that wasn’t bad enough, the 73-year-old also suffered a heart attack, but has miraculously kept his spirits up in the months since; continuing to persevere and produce new material.

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In 2020, May went on to release a couple of charity singles and Queen and Adam Lambert’s first album Live Around The World.

Now in the UK’s third national lockdown and the band found their UK and European tour postponed once again to 2022.

Nevertheless, 2021 is Queen’s 50th anniversary year and the rock legend continues to keep busy.

In fact, he’s currently doing all-nighters at home as he works on a new track with his regular collaborator Kerry Ellis, the original Meat from Queen musical We Will Rock You.

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Brian May working ‘insanely through the night’ on new music

May has remained positive but admits he does struggle not to lose courage with over 100 days left before the pandemic restrictions are expected to fully lift.

Sharing a new drawing on his Instagram on himself with his electric guitar, the Queen star wrote: “Kapow !!!

“Totally leaping out of the frame !!! Very ingenious ! Thanks @chiaratomaini for capturing a mood so beautifully.

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