Queen’s co-founder and iconic guitarist Brian May recently went live on his Instagram account with Kerry Ellis and announced the release of a new video mix of his latest single ‘Panic Attack 2021 (It’s Gonna Be All Right)’ while showing off his guitar skills.
As you may recall, Brian May and Kerry Ellis released their ‘therapeutic gift single,’ as May described it, on March 28. Their recently released single was a reimagining of their 2017 single ‘It’s Gonna Be All Right (The Panic Attack Song).’ Following the outbreak of the pandemic, it seems like the duo wanted to prioritize mental health.
During previous conversations, both Kerry Ellis and Brian May stated that this song was inspired by the coronavirus and that they decided to remake it hoping that it acts as an antidote to COVID-19 anxiety. Upon the mainstream success of their single, the duo decided to give their devoted fans some more.
Brian May recently posted the live conversation that he had with Kerry Ellis on his Instagram account and announced that they are soon going to be launching the ‘new video mix‘ of their latest single ‘Panic Attack 2021.’ He thanked their devoted fans for their support and reassured them that everything ‘is gonna be all right!’
Here’s what Brian May said in the caption of his video.
“Launching the NEW video mix of ‘Panic Attack 2021.’
Yay! Kerry Ellis. THANKS for being with us, dear folks. It’s gonna be ALL RIGHT!!!
You can check out Brian May’s video and listen to ‘Panic Attack 2021’ below.