LONDON — A new video animation featuring two white blood cells in love was released on Thursday to mark what would have been Freddie Mercury’s 73rd birthday and help raise awareness of the continued global fight against AIDS. The British singer, songwriter and lead vocalist of the rock band Queen died in 1991 aged 45 due […]
The video for ‘Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow,’ in celebration of @freddie_mercury's birthday and the work of The Mercury Phoenix Trust – Fighting AIDS Worldwide.
— Universal Music Group (@UMG) September 5, 2019
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— MercuryPhoenixTrust (@The_MPT) September 5, 2019
In honor of #FreddieMercury’s b’day: I offer Queen’s Live Aid performance.
All 20 minutes.
Amazing stuff. https://t.co/zWSFduerod
— Joanne Freeman (@jbf1755) September 5, 2019