Quinn releases “Face It Alone,” a previously unreleased song from 1988 featuring vocals by Freddie Mercury
“It’s a very emotional piece,” drummer Roger Taylor confirms of the song recorded for The Miracle album.
Music group Queen on Thursday revealed the song Face it alone, an unreleased song from 1988 they recorded with the late Freddie Mercury. The topic was recorded 34 years ago for the 1989 album the miraclebut not revealed until today, on BBC Radio 2.
The four-minute song begins with a broken guitar and a sad, soulful tone, influenced by the voice of Mercury, who died just two years after “The Miracle” was released and a few months later.Hint‘, the band’s last album with the British singer in its lineup.
“We came across this Freddy’s gem,” he said. “We almost forgot about it.” Roger TaylorDrummer for Queen. “It’s a wonderful discovery. A very exciting piece.”
“Face It Alone”, one of the six unreleased songs that the band prepared for the upcoming release of “The Miracle”, It was recorded on horseback between London and Switzerland, When Mercury was already sick with HIV, he drops into the song with phrases like: “In the end, you have to face it on your own.”
“We gave him a few laps and thought we wouldn’t be able to save him.”hung Brian MayGuitarist for the BBC band. “But in the end, after insisting, our team of audio engineers got it. It was like putting the pieces of a puzzle together and something really beautiful came out.”
“Face It Alone” was released as a single on Thursday and can now be heard on major music platforms, while “Face It Alone” was released as a single on Thursday.square setFrom The Miracle will go on sale next November 18 It will contain demos, interviews, and unreleased recordings of the album.