An iconic song sung by an iconic band and over 40 years later, it’s still bringing thousands together. American punk rock band Green Day posted a video from a concert in London, England earlier this month that is making many on the Internet very happy. In the video, a stadium full of Green Day fans sing along in near perfect unison to Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.’ The nearly 6-minute long video has already been watched well over four million times on YouTube.
The video, shot from a camera placed on stage, shows thousands of fans singing along to the 1975 hit song. The song was being played as Green Day prepared to hit the stage for a concert in Hyde Park on July 1. The band posted the video on its official YouTube channel.
Watch the video below:
Queen took to Twitter to share the video and thank Green Day fans:
— Queen (@QueenWillRock) July 5, 2017
The video has touched a chord with many fans.
I was there…and it was awesome!!! I also recall singing along to this when I saw you guys in Hyde Park…a fair few years back though..
— Ellen Davy-Smith (@Quanticofbi) July 5, 2017
Gave me goosebumps – its not a song it’s a universal anthem! Freddie would have been cheering
— GorgeUsNess01 (@GorgeUsNess01) July 5, 2017
— Mike Presland (@MikePresland) July 9, 2017
This made me emotional. I’m sure Freddie was smiling from the sky
— kiwi (@barcamercury) July 5, 2017
Strangely after watching this spontaneous spectacle I have hope.
— Chris Collins (@was_in_cal) July 11, 2017
“The world is falling apart, everyone hates everyone else…. but sometimes…. it just takes one song to unite the masses,” writes one person on YouTube. “Me seeing this video: ‘Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?'” jokes another.
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