If there’s one thing we’ve learned from Queen’s revival with Adam Lambert, it’s just how many unstoppable hits the rock legends are responsible for.
Is it any wonder Brian May has since described Lambert as a ‘gift from God’? Making easy work of performing Queen’s back catalogue, the band are set to embark on a UK tour with Lambert later this month.
To occupy our excitement until then, we’ve picked out the very best Queen videos to watch before they tour…
First up, it’s the brilliant stop-motion production of Innuendo that’s both eerie and breathtaking, showing Queen at their most epic.
Freddie Mercury dressed as a lobster? The It’s a Hard Life video has it and more…
The Invisible Man transports audiences into an ’80s arcade game, packed with special effects that put this classic video way ahead of its time.
Many consider Bohemian Rhapsody to be the first real pop video in modern times, but it’s also responsible for fans trying to recreate the synonymous silhouette lighting at home. Just us?
I Want to Break Free is easily the most notorious Queen video around. Doing the housework was never quite the same after this…
Who could forget the Queen mini-me’s in It’s a Miracle? Recreating Freddie Mercury’s infamous stage costumes looks like a whole lot of fun for these youngsters.
Radio Ga Ga captures Queen in all their live glory – teaching fans the hand claps that would live on until a 2015 tour. Wow.
Tickets for Queen + Adam Lambert’s 2015 UK tour are currently available for Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (13 Jan), Liverpool Echo Arena (26 Jan) and Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (27 Jan) – have you got yours yet?