Roger Taylor, Queen's iconic drummer, has revealed that he believes if Freddie Mercury were still alive, the band would continue to make new music.
While still touring, the band has not made any fresh music since 1995's Made In Heaven - which was released four years after Freddie's death.
"I do believe that. Me and Freddie… he was my closest friend and we were very, very close." Roger told the BBC.
"We came up together and we literally lived in each other’s pockets and clothes some of the time!"
"I do believe we would still being doing stuff together because it was a great collaboration."
Queen continue to tour with the incredible Adam Lambert as the frontman.