Brandon Flowers at Glastonbury 2005
After debuting at Glastonbury last year, the Killers were one of the headliners at the annual English music festival this past weekend. "We played one new song, and other than that it's the same old," singer Brandon Flowers told NME.COM after his band's set. "I hope people aren't sick of it." NME.com also reported that the fashionable Flowers was wearing a dapper, mint green blazer.
That one new song Flowers referred to is "All The Pretty Faces," a tune the band has been playing for American audiences during their recent U.S. tour. It is a signature Killers' track featuring Dave Keuning driving guitar riffs, Flower's idiosyncratic vocals and Ronnie Vanucci's background vocals. Flowers told MTVAsia earlier that "[the song] is big and open, it breathes a lot and there's still a song there."
Check out a live version of "All The Pretty Faces" that was previewed at Glastonbury this weekend. Many thanks to a kind Killers' fan for recording this.