Queen legend Brian May recently shared an Instagram photo on his verified account and described his feelings after a Queen meeting in London.

Brian May also shared a sad observation that he noticed when he was looking at outside of his hotel room. He paid attention to giant buildings and said ‘How much more embarrassing does it have to get before we sweep it all away and get back to sanity?’.

Here is Brian’s statement:

“Queen meeting today. I don’t think we have ever been so busy. Amazing. And it’s thrilling to know that the World is now waiting for our next step. From our meeting place we had a grand view of the giant building site they call London these days.

If you look closely you can see that this is the old Battersea Power Station, with the iconic chimneys rebuilt. But the whole thing is now engulfed in a rash of maniacal building works, and will soon be impossible to see from anywhere in the city but the river. I can’t help feeling our beloved London is wrecked now.

Cranes, pollution, noise and dust, and an ever growing uncoordinated jumble of soulless concrete and glass. To cap it all, the great black cloud hovering above it is the disastrous failure of the Brexit attempt.

And seemingly nobody has the power to stop it. How much more embarrassing does it have to get before we sweep it all away and get back to sanity ? Well, time to make music. Bri.”

Below you can see his photo:

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Queen meeting today. I don’t think we have ever been so busy. Amazing. And it’s thrilling to know that the World is now waiting for our next step. From our meeting place we had a grand view of the giant building site they call London these days. If you look closely you can see that this is the old Battersea Power Station, with the iconic chimneys rebuilt. But the whole thing is now engulfed in a rash of maniacal building works, and will soon be impossible to see from anywhere in the city but the river. I can’t help feeling our beloved London is wrecked now. Cranes, pollution, noise and dust, and an ever growing uncoordinated jumble of soulless concrete and glass. To cap it all, the great black cloud hovering above it is the disastrous failure of the Brexit attempt. And seemingly nobody has the power to stop it. How much more embarrassing does it have to get before we sweep it all away and get back to sanity ? Well, time to make music. Bri

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