This dynamic rendition of the song comes from the band’s appearance at Japan’s Summer Sonic Festival.
Queen YouTube Channel will be premiering a special stream the show as part of the ongoing fight with COVID-19, with all donations supporting the World Health Organisation.
The band's return to the UK singles chart with 'I Want It All' came after an absence of more than two and a half years.
The night on which the British quartet became an arena band in their own country.
Proceeds go to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization powered by the United Nations Foundation to support frontline health workers.
The Queen legend will hook up with Kings Daughters on Instagram on Sunday to officially launch their recent ‘Get Up’ single.
Adam Lambert, Roger Taylor and Brian May first shared the stage during 'American Idol' in May 2009 for a performance of ‘We Are The Champions’.
In the band's fast-moving 1974, their UK chart success on single and album was followed by a first step onto a US stage.
The new clip also features a cameo from comedian and ‘Thank You Baked Potato’ star Matt Lucas.
Other high profile guests set to appear in the new series include Queen's Brian May and country star Tanya Tucker.
In a poll of 20,000 listeners, the legendary song beat off strong challenges by Oasis, The Stone Roses, David Bowie and more.
After joining EMI in November 1972, Queen played their label launch gig at London’s iconic Marquee Club in April the following year.
All tickets already purchased will be valid for the rescheduled dates.
Other stars set to appear during the new series include Joe Walsh and Tanya Tucker.
The band say, "Between staying safe and looking out for loved ones, we are sure you will need something uplifting to raise your spirits."
On 9 March 1974, Queen did something that they've now done 54 times to date. They made the UK singles chart for the first time, with 'Seven Seas Of Rhye'