The latest instalment in the band's on-going archival series examines how Queen’s drummer’s song-writing skills have enriched their back catalog.
Delivering the band their first number one hit single, it went on to become Queen's only song to sell over a million copies on two occasions in the UK.
This latest episode revisits the writing and recording of the band's seminal - and highly influential - fourth album.
The Queen guitarist launched the new visual last night via ‘The One Show’ and Instagram live.
Each episode of Queen's career-spanning 'The Greatest' video series goes live on Fridays via the band's official YouTube channel.
After joining EMI in November 1972, Queen played their label launch gig at London’s iconic Marquee Club in April the following year.
The song’s success introduced the band to a whole new wave of fans, and to this day remains one of the band’s most well-loved compositions.
Brian May said "We’ve all come through some dark times - now we want to give hope for brighter days to come."
‘Live At The Rainbow – London 1974’ marks the second episode in the band’s ‘The Greatest’ YouTube series.
“This is incredible news. At times like this I have to pinch myself to be sure it’s real,” said Brian May.
Weekly, from March 19, the band will take their fans on a unique journey on YouTube continuing to March 2022.
The song took its bow at a modest No.45 in March 1974.
How well do you know Queen’s second studio album, ‘Queen II’? Test your knowledge with our quiz below!
Available now for Android and iOS, the game marks the first time that the rock giants have released their own dedicated mobile experience.
The Queen co-founder and guitarist partnered with Xerjoff to create the fragrance.