Roger Taylor has released an animated video for his new solo single Isolation.
The song was recorded during lockdown and first came to light towards the end of last month, with the track said to reflect “the current times of COVID-19.”
The new animated promo was produced by Animind Studio 2020.
He said: “There is a certain frustration in not really knowing what is going to happen.
“It was a frustration and a slight anxiety behind it all, so I just thought I would write a song about how to fill the day – routine in isolation. It’s something we are not used to. It is a direct reflection of how I was feeling at the time.”
In the same interview, Taylor said he believed Queen would still be making music if Freddie Mercury was still alive.
Taylor said: “I do believe we would still being doing stuff together because it was a great collaboration. I don’t know if John Deacon would allow… of course John wasn’t quite mentally suited for it, the other three were.
“I would like to think we were still doing stuff together, whatever it might be. I think Brian May and I with Adam Lambert, we just loved doing the show, just seemed to get better and better, while we still can do it, we still will do it.”
Queen and Adam Lambert will return to the road throughout May, June and July next year – a run of shows that will include 10 nights at The O2 in London.
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QUEEN Queen II (1974 Japanese 'butterfly' label 11-track LP pressed by Warner-Pioneer, housed in a heavyweight pasted gatefold picture sleeve with illustrated fold-out lyric insert & band logo obi-strip. The packaging is Excellent with very little wear & the vinyl appears Near Mint P-8456E)
- Queen - A Day At The Races - 2nd - UK - vinyl LP - £30.00, $40.80, €33.60 (New Item) (arrived 03-Apr-2021 16:08)on April 10, 2021 at 12:40 pm
QUEEN A Day At The Races (1976 UK 10-track vinyl LP featuring the fifth studio album from the legendary British band, including Tie Your Mother Down, Somebody To Love and Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy. The heavy duty gatefold picture sleevecomes with the die-cut round-cornered card picture inner and the vinyl looks barely played EMTC104)
- Queen - Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Variant 1 - Japanese - 7" vinyl - £25.00, $34.00, €28.00 (New Item) (arrived 29-Mar-2021 08:49)on April 10, 2021 at 12:40 pm
QUEEN Crazy Little Thing Called Love (1979 Japanese wide centred 7" vinyl single, also including Spread Your Wings, unique picture insert printed with English & Japanese lyrics on the reverse. The insert displays minimal wear and the vinyl looks barely played P-529E)
- Queen - Crazy Little Thing Called Love - SP - US - 7" vinyl - Promo - £30.00, $40.80, €33.60 (New Item) (arrived 29-Mar-2021 09:58)on April 10, 2021 at 12:40 pm
QUEEN Crazy Little Thing Called Love (1979 US white title label DJ promotional vinyl 7" for the single release, which plays the Stereo and Mono versions. The label features the 'E' Elektra logo at the top without the butterfly, and clearly has '(SP)' below the catalogue number meaning this was pressed by Specialty Products in Olyphant, Pennsylvania; within a company die-cut paper sleeve E-46579)
- Queen - A Night At The Opera - 1st - VG/EX - UK - vinyl LP - £75.00, $102.00, €84.00 (New Item) (arrived 29-Mar-2021 11:17)on April 10, 2021 at 12:40 pm
QUEEN A Night At The Opera (1975 UK first press 12-track LP with picture labels, including Bohemian Rhapsody & You're My Best Friend. Comes housed in the original embossed gatefold picture sleeve with illustrated inner. The cover shows a few light spots of age wear/discolouration, the inner is free of any splits, whilst the vinyl remains in Excellent condition with only a few signs of play. Now very collectable EMTC103)