Weekend Press Round-up: ‘Another World’ Video

Rounding up here some of the weekend Press following Brian May’s release of his new ‘Another World’ video.

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ABC AUDIO (US) Syndicated
Queen’s Brian May premieres new music video for title track of recently reissued 1998 solo album, ‘Another World’
Following the recent release of the deluxe reissue of his second solo album, 1998’s Another World, Queen guitarist Brian May has debuted a new music video for the record’s title track at his official YouTube channel.
The clip was shot recently at various locations in the Canary Islands, where Brian says he feels “closest to Heaven.”
Reflecting on his Canary Islands visit, May says, “This beautiful place above the clouds is where I did the observing work for my PhD. And this is where I used to steal outside under the stars, with a small acoustic guitar, and strum away and sing, and, I guess, commune with the Cosmos!”
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BRAVEWORDS (Heavy Metal Magazine)
Queen Guitarist Brian May Premieres New Music Video For “Another World”
Brian May has released a brand new video for “Another World”, the title track of his second solo album, filmed on location in the Canary Islands and in which Brian returns to the sites where he feels “closest to the heavens”.
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COOL 103.5 GREATEST HITS RADIO
Queen’s Brian May premieres new music video for title track of recently reissued 1998 solo album, ‘Another World’
Following the recent release of the deluxe reissue of his second solo album, 1998’s Another World, Queen guitarist Brian May has debuted a new music video for the record’s title track at his official YouTube channel.
The clip was shot recently at various locations in the Canary Islands, where Brian says he feels “closest to Heaven.”
Reflecting on his Canary Islands visit, May says, “This beautiful place above the clouds is where I did the observing work for my PhD. And this is where I used to steal outside under the stars, with a small acoustic guitar, and strum away and sing, and, I guess, commune with the Cosmos!”
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EXPRESS
Brian May  ‘heartbroken’ Another World wasn’t in Sliding Doors as releases new music video
BRIAN May has admitted he was very disappointed that his Another World solo album title track didn’t make it into the 1998 Gwyneth Paltrow rom-com Sliding Doors.
However, the Queen legend very much made the track his own and following its re-release this month has unveiled a stunning new music video shot in the Canary Islands.
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FLIPBOARD
Brian May Returns To ‘Another World’ Of His Youth For Brand New Video
The striking new clip was filmed in the Canary Islands locations where the Queen guitarist feels “closest to heaven.”
Brian May has shared the newly-created performance video for the title track of his 1998 solo album Another World – filmed recently in the Canary Island locations where he says he feels “closest to Heaven.” You can watch the new visual below.
The atmospheric “Another World” is a highlight of the album, which is out now in a deluxe, multi-format edition as part of the Queen guitarist’s Gold Series of reissues. The 2CD and box set formats feature the remastered original album and the exclusive ‘Another Disc’ collection of remixes, rarities and live tracks.
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Brian May  ‘heartbroken’ Another World wasn’t in Sliding Doors as releases new music video
Last week, Brian May launched his Gold Series re-issue of his 1998 solo album Another World from the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. The Queen legend showed off some brand new music videos, including one for the title track that is now available for fans to see below. The touching footage was shot in the Canary Islands, where the 74-year-old studied for his Physics PhD at Tenerife’s Teide Observatory.
The observatory, along with the El Hierro tree found on Another World’s album cover art, features prominently in the new music video.
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ROCK CELLAR
Solitude is Bliss for Brian May in New Video for “Another World”; Reissue of May’s 1998 Solo Record Available Now
On April 22, Queen guitarist/legend Brian May revisited his 1998 solo album, Another World, for a special reissue package.
The record was May’s second solo release outside his work with his “other” job, so to speak.
This week, May shared a new music video for the title track, and it’s a therapeutic endeavor — both for May and for the viewer. Calming vibes are abundant as May traveled to the Canary Islands to visit locations that make him feel, as he put it, “closest to Heaven.”
Revisit — or discover for the first time! — Another Worldby streaming the new reissue.
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TRUE OLDIES1001.FM ABC RADIO
Queen’s Brian May premieres new music video for title track of recently reissued 1998 solo album, ‘Another World’
Following the recent release of the deluxe reissue of his second solo album, 1998’s Another World, Queen guitarist Brian May has debuted a new music video for the record’s title track at his official YouTube channel.
The clip was shot recently at various locations in the Canary Islands, where Brian says he feels “closest to Heaven.”
Reflecting on his Canary Islands visit, May says, “This beautiful place above the clouds is where I did the observing work for my PhD. And this is where I used to steal outside under the stars, with a small acoustic guitar, and strum away and sing, and, I guess, commune with the Cosmos!”
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uDISCOVERMUSIC
Brian May Returns To ‘Another World’ Of His Youth For Brand New Video
The striking new clip was filmed in the Canary Islands locations where the Queen guitarist feels “closest to heaven.”
Brian May has shared the newly-created performance video for the title track of his 1998 solo album Another World – filmed recently in the Canary Island locations where he says he feels “closest to Heaven.” You can watch the new visual below.
The atmospheric “Another World” is a highlight of the album, which is out now in a deluxe, multi-format edition as part of the Queen guitarist’s Gold Series of reissues. The 2CD and box set formats feature the remastered original album and the exclusive ‘Another Disc’ collection of remixes, rarities and live tracks.
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VENTS MAGAZINE
Brian May Goes Back To “Another World” Of His Youth For Brand New Video
“This beautiful place above the clouds is where I did the observing work for my PhD. And this is where I used to steal outside under the stars, with a small acoustic guitar, and strum away and sing, and, I guess, commune with the Cosmos! “
– Brian May
Brian May shares a newly-created performance video for the title track of his 1998 solo album Another World – filmed recently in the Canary Island locations where he says he feels “closest to Heaven.” The video premieres on YouTube today, April 29th. The atmospheric song is a highlight of the album, which is out now in a deluxe, multi-format edition in May’s Gold Series of reissues. The 2CD and box set formats feature the remastered original album and the Another Disc collection of remixes, rarities and live tracks.
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VERVE TIMES
Brian May  ‘heartbroken’ Another World wasn’t in Sliding Doors as releases new music video
Last week, Brian May launched his Gold Series re-issue of his 1998 solo album Another World from the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. The Queen legend showed off some brand new music videos, including one for the title track that is now available for fans to see below. The touching footage was shot in the Canary Islands, where the 74-year-old studied for his Physics PhD at Tenerife’s Teide Observatory.
The observatory, along with the El Hierro tree found on Another World’s album cover art, features prominently in the new music video.
Another World, including the 2CD and box set formats with the Another Disc collection of rarities, live tracks and remixes, is out now.
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YAHOO! ENTERTAINMENT
Brian May Returns To ‘Another World’ Of His Youth For Brand New Video
The striking new clip was filmed in the Canary Islands locations where the Queen guitarist feels “closest to heaven.”
Brian May has shared the newly-created performance video for the title track of his 1998 solo album Another World – filmed recently in the Canary Island locations where he says he feels “closest to Heaven.” You can watch the new visual below.
The atmospheric “Another World” is a highlight of the album, which is out now in a deluxe, multi-format edition as part of the Queen guitarist’s Gold Series of reissues. The 2CD and box set formats feature the remastered original album and the exclusive ‘Another Disc’ collection of remixes, rarities and live tracks.
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