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Iggy Pop, Brandon Flowers Guesting on New Order's New AlbumLa Roux will also guest on three songs.
Brandon Flowers: The Killers Don't Get Their Due, Are One of the Best Recent Bands“Whether the people want to accept it or not, we might be the best band in the last long time."
Brandon Flowers Begs to Show 'I Can Change' in New Song: ListenIt's the fourth song released from 'The Desired Effect,' out later this month.
Foo Fighters & The Strokes All Set To Headline Austin City Limits 2015Other acts on the bill include The Weeknd, Disclosure, Hozier, Alt-J, Alabama Shakes, Sturgill Simpson, The Decemberists, Brand New, TV on the Radio, A$AP Rocky, Chance the Rapper, Father John Misty and Brandon Flowers.
Kanye West Doesn't Impress Brandon Flowers Much"Everyone’s afraid to say anything contrary to him being a genius," said Flowers. "It’s crazy, man!
Things Get a Little Stalkery in Brandon Flowers' 'Lonely Town' Video: WatchBrandon Flowers is nowhere to be seen in his new video for "The Lonely Town," but that doesn't mean he isn't there watching you in the shadows.
Brandon Flowers Gets Handsy in New 'Still Want You' Video: WatchBrandon Flowers goes for stark black & white in the video for his latest solo single, "Still Want You."
Brandon Flowers Debuts 'Can't Deny My Love' Live on 'Tonight Show': WatchBrandon Flowers seems to be bringing groovy back with his new solo single, "Can't Deny My Love."
The Killers' Brandon Flowers Debuts Solo Jam 'Can't Deny My Love': ListenThe Killers frontman gives us a preview of his second solo release with brand new single "Can't Deny My Love."
Brandon Flowers Announces Solo Album 'The Desired Effect' for MayIt'll be his second solo album and first in five years.
The Killers Turn Iggy Azalea's 'Fancy' Into Piano BalladAt a recent show in England, The Killers gave fans a taste of something they've been working on.
Radio Feedback: The Killers' Brandon Flowers Has His First Listen In A 7-11 Parking LotBack before Brandon Flowers and the Killers stormed onto super-stardom, the singer was just another aspiring frontman sitting outside a local convenience store the very first time he heard his band played on the radio.