You think Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody is long when you’re rocking out to it in your car? (That’s how everyone listens to Bohemian Rhapsody, right?) Try performing a full-on ballet routine set to it, as Erina Takahashi and James Forbat of the English National Ballet (ENB) did. “Body’s aching all the time,” indeed.

James Streeter, a soloist at the ENB, choreographed the routine, which is a celebration of the Queen classic on its 40th anniversary. Below, you can see Streeter talk about his concept, which involves Freddie Mercury’s memorial statue being brought back to life.

[h/t Mashable]