Queen guitarist Brian May spoke in a recent interview with BBC’s Simon Mayo and talked about their late singer Freddie Mercury.

Freddie Mercury is considered one of the best frontmen in the world for most people. He was the main reason why Queen was a successful band. Unfortunately, he passed away in 1991 at the age of 45 due to this battle with HIV/AIDS.

In the conversation Bri had with BBC, the Queen guitarist revealed what Freddie would do if he was still alive today and said that he would definitely try out his solo work and come back to the family once again as he did in the past.

Furthermore, Brian mentioned that he has been thinking about Freddie every day and said that he always thinks about what would Freddie do in certain situations. In this way, Brian showed how much Freddie impacted their lives in a short period.

Brian May on what would Freddie do if he was still alive today:

“He would still be saying, ‘Oh, I need to do my solo stuff,’ but he would be coming back to the family to do what we do.

The funny thing is I feel more and more that he is kind of with us in a way. Maybe I’m getting to be an old romantic, but Freddie’s in my day every day.

He’s always in my thoughts. And I can always kinda feel what he would be saying in a certain situation like, What would Freddie think? Oh, he’d probably like this; he’d laugh at this, or whatever. He’s so much part of the legacy we created, that will always be the case.”

You can check out the full interview below.