7" single van de nieuwe Queen single Face It Alone, afkomstig van de deluxe edition van het album The Miracle. Op de B-kant staat een unieke instrumentale versie
QUEEN rediscovered track featuring Freddie Mercury 'FACE IT ALONE' arrives as a single release together with the arrival of Queen 'The Miracle Collector's Edition' coming November 18
Having generated a media firestorm back in the summer when band members Brian May and Roger Taylor first leaked news of a rediscovered Queen song featuring Freddie Mercury being considered for possible release, the highly anticipated 'lost' track, 'Face It Alone', drops as a simultaneous worldwide single release
The track's existence was first revealed by May and Taylor in a BBC radio interview at their appearance at this year's Royal Jubilee concert at which they performed the opening with their regular singer Adam Lambert, with Roger Taylor describing it as "a little gem from Freddie that we'd kind of forgotten about", with Brian May saying "it's beautiful, it's touching."
'Face It Alone' was originally recorded during the band's historic 1988 sessions for that album, a prolific period which saw the band lay down around 30 tracks, many of which were never released, but remained among those that didn't make the final album cut. It was rediscovered when the band's production and archive team returned to those sessions to work on The Miracle box set reissue.