Queen drummer Roger Taylor seemingly has a few problems with these days’ political leaders. The musician has released a brand new unmarried, “Gangsters Are Running This World,” which offers a statement on the country of the sector.
Released via Queen’s reputable YouTube channel, the piano-driven single recounts the anxiety caused by present-day affairs. Taylor sings, “There’s blood inside the streets/panic inside the air/the markets are buying and selling up/in insanity and worry.” It’s no longer all gloom and doom because the musician lists some of the matters that keep us going, singing, “We all want a motive/To be alive with wonder.”
Queen is heading out on the Rhapsody tour across North America with Adam Lambert on vocals this summer season. The excursion kicks off July 10 at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena and wraps up on August 23 at Charlotte’s Spectrum Centre. Tickets are currently on sale. ABC will most appropriate a documentary film at the group, The Show Must Go On: The Queen & Adam Lambert Story, on April 29.
The band has been lower back within the highlight since the achievement of Bohemian Rhapsody, which traced the band’s early years with Freddie Mercury. The movie won four Academy Awards, together with Rami Malek for Best Actor, Best Sound Mixing and Best Film Editing, and became nominated for Best Picture. Queen is reportedly running on a sequel.
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