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Watch The Killers cover The Gaslight Anthem in New York

The Killers covered The Gaslight Anthem‘s ‘American Slang’ during their set in New York City on Friday (September 22).

The band celebrated the release of their album ‘Wonderful Wonderful’ with a show at NYC’s Terminal 5.

They covered The Gaslight Anthem’s ‘American Slang’, a cover they’ve never played live before.

The Gaslight Anthem – who went on an indefinite hiatus in 2015 – supported The Killers back in 2013, at their first ever standalone stadium show at Wembley Stadium.

This summer, The Killers wowed fans at Hyde Park during their headline show at British Summer Time in July. They were the only act to sell out their show at the festival.

Brandon Flowers recently said he hoped fans weren’t “let down” with the new touring lineup, as it now features just two original members following guitarist Dave Keuning and bassist Mark Stoermer’s retirements from playing live in recent years.

Last week the band stopped by ‘The Late Show’ on Thursday night (September 21) to play ‘Wonderful Wonderful”s lead single, ‘The Man’ – watch here.

Brandon and co were on the cover of last week’s NME magazine. Read The Killers’ full interview online here.

The Las Vegas band are touring the UK and Ireland this November. Dates are as follows:

Mon 6th Nov BIRMINGHAM, Genting Arena Fri 10th Nov NEWCASTLE, Metro Radio Arena Mon 13th Nov MANCHESTER, Arena Thurs 16th Nov DUBLIN, 3Arena Fri 17th Nov BELFAST, SSE Arena Sun 19th Nov LEEDS, First DIrect Arena Mon 20th Nov GLASGOW, SSE Hydro Tues 21st Nov ABERDEEN, GE Arena Thurs 23rd Nov NOTTINGHAM, Motorpoint Arena Nottingham Sat 25th Nov SHEFFIELD, Arena Mon 27th Nov LONDON, The O2 Arena Tues 28th Nov LONDON, The O2 Arena

24/09/2017 11:51:21
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