Brian May, the lead guitarist of the legendary band Queen, shared a post on his official Instagram page announcing a new collaboration with WOMAN, and the song, I’m a Woman, which is actually released for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
In 2010, vocalist Mazz Muray formed a band, WOMAN, with her sister Gina Muray, Anna-Jane Casey, and Emma Kershaw, debuting their single ‘I’m a Woman.’ The supergroup features four of the rock musical theatre’s most powerful female voices.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an annual international health campaign organized by breast cancer charities every October to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
For this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Queen’s Brian May and the female powerhouse WOMAN worked together on WOMAN’s debut song, ‘I’m a Woman.’ May has announced the news on his official page and stated that all proceeds to charities like Target Ovarian Cancer and The Caron Keating Foundation.
Here is what May said about the collaboration:
“WOMAN single released at midnight tonight !!! All links to watch it, stream it, rent it, buy it, and eat it are in my SLINK – which you can find in my Bio. All proceeds to Pinktober charities. Bri.”
Fans are thrilled to see Brian May working with another band especially for a great cause. May’s last work with a band was a year ago with Shepherd, Five Finger Death Punch, along with country singer Brantley Gilbert for a reworked version of ‘Blue on Black.’
You can see the Instagram post and full version of ‘I’m a Woman’ below.