On the occasion of the 73rd birth anniversary of Freddie Mercury, his infamous song ‘Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow’ has been re-released with a new music video supporting it. The singer was born on 5th September 1991.
Farrokh Bulsara, professionally known as Freddie Mercury, was a universally renowned singer and songwriter. He led the rock band of Queen being its lead vocalist. One of the legendary singers of his time, Mercury received several awards during his course of work. The British singer passed away early, in the year 1991 due to bronchopneumonia. Mercury was diagnosed with AIDS in 1987.
Even after his demise, Mercury was living in peoples’ heart and mind. Freddie was awarded the ‘Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’ in the year 2001. In 2003, he was announced for ‘Songwriters Hall of Fame’ and in 2004 for ‘UK Music hall of Fame.’ Mercury has his roots in India as his parents were of Indian origin. He did his primary and secondary schooling in India and went back to Zanzibar, his birthplace. In 1964, Freddie and his family moved to Middlesex, England, leaving their homeland as a result of the Zanzibar Revolution.
To commemorate the birth anniversary of the legendary singer, ‘Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow,’ one of Freddie’s hits, has been released with a new look. The video feature the animated version of two males who are in love with each other. It takes an emotional turn as one of them, eventually, is diagnosed with AIDS. According to the directors, Esteban Bravo, and Beth David, the music video was planned as to deliver something new which would relate to Freddie’s life and at the same time will not reflect his life solely.
“The AIDS crisis of the 1980s is a huge part of LGBT+ history, and its something that we knew needed yo is handled with care.”, is how the directors explained the concept of the video.