Queen and singer Adam Lambert have a message for workers on the frontline of the COVID-19 combat: “You Are the Champions.”
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Brian May, Roger Taylor, and Lambert just lately gathered nearly to document a new model of the Queen basic, ‘We Are the Champions.’
‘You Are the Champions‘ was launched early Friday on all streaming and obtain providers, with proceeds going to the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
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“I thought, this is a great way to use the legacy that we have to do some good in the world,” May stated.
“You know, we don’t really need to make money anymore. We don’t need to be any more famous. We need to use what we have in the best possible way.”
For May the release comes at a time of nice disappointment. The guitarist earlier this week misplaced a buddy who he likened was like a brother to him, to the virus.
“That’s the closest it’s come to me physically,” he stated, including it’s given actual which means to the loss of life tolls broadcast each day on tv.
“Each one of those is a family tragedy,” May stated. “Each a kind of individuals lose a liked one.
“I think psychologically the human race is going to be very damaged.”
For Taylor, the song additionally has private significance as his daughter Rory Eleanor Taylor works as a health care provider in a London hospital.
“She’s actually in the video with her little cards, displaying advice about isolating, etc.”
The music video exhibits caregivers and frontline workers from internationally as effectively as empty metropolis scenes and the band performing of their houses.
For most individuals, the new coronavirus causes gentle or reasonable signs, such as fever and cough, that clear up in two to three weeks. For some, particularly older adults and folks with present well being issues, it will probably trigger extra extreme or deadly diseases, together with pneumonia.
Lambert, who joined the observe from his Los Angeles dwelling, thinks the song actually hits a constructive word that everybody is on this collectively.
“There’s a sense of unity that’s happening around the world, even though it’s, you know, in a negative, scary time,” Lambert stated. “I think that we’re all understanding each other a little bit more right now. And it’s sort of leveling everything out a bit.”
“It’s only through our connection and our love for each other are we going to get through it together,” he stated.
The band hopes the charity single will present some comfort after the pandemic compelled them to cancel the 27-show UK and European leg of their greatest ever tour.
“It was pretty heartbreaking to have to let it go. We have rescheduled for next year and we’re all crossing our fingers. We don’t know do we? We don’t know if it’s going to be appropriate to get thousands of people in one room, even in 12 months from now,” May stated.
Taylor stays optimistic that reside music will survive.
“I can’t believe that festivals and live music won’t come back. It’s part of our … DNA really now.”
In the meantime, Taylor and May stay in lockdown of their respective houses within the UK. Like many, May is fighting the lack of freedom.
“It doesn’t get any easier as time gets on. It’s getting worse if anything. I feel like everything that I worked for in my life has been kind of taken away and put somewhere where I can’t reach it,” he stated.
It’s not all unhealthy, as Taylor famous.
“I think people have found lots of good things to do,” he stated. “I think there’s been a lot more contact within families and friends.”
(With inputs from The Associated Press)
Updated Date: May 01, 2020 11:11:04 IST
You Are The Champions