Las Vegas Group Play Stunning Set

Las Vegas indie icons The Killers previewed their forthcoming album 'Day And Age' with a stunning set at London's historic Royal Albert Hall last night (November 3rd).

The band have been busy this week, playing an intimate fans-only gig at the Bush Hall. The Royal Albert Hall is at the other end of the gigging spectrum - one of London's most historic venues it is a massive and opulent setting for live music.

The show was broadcast on Radio 1 and featured the band on fine form. Watched by an audience of fans, well wishers and - bizarrely - Conservative leader David Cameron, The Killers played some of their greatest hits alongside tracks from 'Day And Age'.

The stage was decked out with fairy lights and neon palm trees, as the Killers emerged to play current single 'Human'. The played a fantastic set drawing on their hit-laden back catalogue.

"It all started for us here in London and we're very thankful," Flowers told the crowd, before launching a massive sing-a-long with 'Mr Brightside'.

The Killers played:

'Human'
'For Reasons Unknown'
'Smile Like You Mean It'
'Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine'
'Somebody Told Me'
'Sweet Talk'
'Losing Touch'
'Spaceman'
'Sam's Town'
'Read My Mind'
'Joyride'
'Bones'
'Shadowplay'
'Mr Brightside'
'Neon Tiger'
'All These Things That I've Done'
'When You Were Young'


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