The legendary guitarist of Queen, Brian May, posted a recent video on his verified Instagram page today and shared his feelings after the concert he had with his band in Japan.

As you might read the caption of Brian below, he indicated that he was feeling hurt in his body while performing on stage. However, he tried to be perfect as he can be in front of 30.000 people at all.

While Brian is trying to get in well with his vegan life, he also tries to be the best guitarist ever alive. He also shared his feelings while feeling stressed, angry, happy and emotional at the same time.

Here is what he wrote about the performance he had:

“Hey – this is what happens with the CO2 Cryo-Jets !! Side of stage vid by Pirate Pete. You folks were great tonight in the Saitama Super Arena in Tokyo Town. Thanks – that was such a warm response – so emotional. Don’t know if you realised it, but tonight you saw one of our most locked-in shows – and you saw me at my rare best.

For reasons beyond what I can explain, I had a flood of anger and hurt in my body – so much that I had to reach further for the essence of what I do on stage in front of 30,000 good souls. And it gave me joy, and belief in myself flowed in my veins. It was not perfect. Perfection is never what it’s about. It was about bursting through the wall and finding freedom and light. And JOY.

So, for my virtual live bootleg album collection album I’ll probably take tonight whole. To feel that amount of power in my body and soul was breathtaking. Thanks for being there, folks. Always. Bri. X.”

A user named tracyannsee made the most-liked comment on the post:

“You don’t realize it, Brian, but you always give it your all and offer us a stellar performance.

I’m sorry you were feeling anger and pain, and I hope the joy you found in playing on stage brings you peace ❤️❤️❤️”

You can see the photo of Brian May right below.

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Hey – this is what happens with the CO2 Cryo-Jets !! Side of stage vid by Pirate Pete. You folks were great tonight in the Saitama Super Arena in Tokyo Town. Thanks – that was such a warm response – so emotional. Don’t know if you realised it, but tonight you saw one of our most locked-in shows – and you saw me at my rare best. For reasons beyond what I can explain, I had a flood of anger and hurt in my body – so much that I had to reach further for the essence of what I do on stage in front of 30,000 good souls. And it gave me joy, and belief in myself flowed in my veins. It was not perfect. Perfection is never what it’s about. It was about bursting through the wall and finding freedom and light. And JOY. So, for my virtual live bootleg album collection album I’ll probably take tonight whole. To feel that amount of power in my body and soul was breathtaking. Thanks for being there, folks. Always. Bri. X

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