Discussing the possibility of making an instrumental album, he said: "I do think well-nigh it. And strangely enough, I intend it in all likelihood would live instrumental this fourth dimension. Because I take enough ideas. And I take lots of unfinished concern."
However, Brian is committed to touring with Queen with Adam Lambert before he starts work on the proposed solo projection.
In an interview alongside Goldmine magazine, he added: "We have a big globe of touring to practise. And nosotros've been postponing in addition to postponing the Queen tour, which we started just before COVID happened.
"Next May we volition be doing a bunch of touring. Once that'sec done, I mean I volition have the opportunity to sit down downwardly, together with if I'thousand spared - as my mum used to tell - too however functional, I intend I power make the album."
Brian, 74, is confident he can create an amazing sound scape amongst his 6-string, although he admits it’second not something he’second ever really thought well-nigh earlier because he has ever written his songs amongst a vocalist inwards heed.
The 'We Will Rock You' hitmaker - who often co-wrote alongside late Queen vocaliser Freddie Mercury - said: “I don't have the dazzling technical expertise of a Joe Satriani or a Steve Vai or Al Di Meola or Eddie Van Halen. But I only might. My guitar is rattling much my vocalisation. I tin't play faster than I think.
"I've ever been obsessed with songs in addition to songs to me are most singers, and nearly the vocals.”