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Queen unveil clips of three unreleased songs in 'Queen Forever' trailer - watch

Band also announce cinema screenings of 1981 concert film 'Live At Montreal'

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A new trailer for Queen's forthcoming album 'Queen Forever' features clips of the compilation's three previously-unreleased songs.

It includes a vintage interview with Freddie Mercury in which the singer discusses 'There Must Be More To Life Than This', the previously-unreleased duet which Queen recorded with Michael Jackson.

"When I was spending some time in LA with friends, Michael said 'Why don’t we try something?'" said Mercury. "One day it will probably be finished."

The two-minute trailer, which can be seen below, also includes clips of 'Let Me In Your Heart Again', which Brian May wrote for 1984's 'The Works' album, and a full-band version of 'Love Kills', which Mercury recorded for the 1984 soundtrack to 1927 silent science-fiction film Metropolis.

The ballad-themed compilation is released on November 10. Blur and Madonna producer William Orbit worked with Queen to finish the recordings. May told BBC Radio Wales in May: "I think people will really enjoy it. It's the big, big epic sound. It wouldn't have been if we hadn't have done this restoration job. We only had scraps, but knowing how it would've happened had we finished it, I can sit there and make it happen with modern technology."

On November 24, Queen screen a newly restored version of their concert film Live At Montreal in Ultra HD and 5.1surround sound. Details of the 35 British cinemas showing the film are here.

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