Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor have been performing with singer Adam Lambert for a good decade now. And yet the trio are yet to release a studio album together. To be fair, such a move would have to be done so sensitively due to the legacy of the late Freddie Mercury.

After all, Lambert isn’t Queen’s new singer, he’s a collaborator with the band as no one can truly replace Freddie.

Nevertheless, in 2016 Queen and Adam Lambert released Live in Japan.

And just this year they recorded their first charity single in You Are The Champions. 

The three performed the altered hit remotely between London and Los Angeles.

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They wrote: “May says they have had time in the studio with Lambert.”

But before fans get their hopes up, they added: “But there’s little prospect of new recordings.”

While back in October, Lambert spoke of the possibility of a Queen and Adam Lambert album.

He told NME: “Everyone asks that and we honestly haven’t discussed it.”

The singer added: “It actually hasn’t come up.”

Meanwhile, Queen and Adam Lambert’s UK and European tour has been postponed due to the pandemic.

The tour dates have been moved to similar dates in summer 2021.

These include dates at London’s O2 and Manchester and Birmingham’s arenas.

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