On ‘The Tonight Show,’ The Killers play “Dying Breed.”
The Killers made an appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show.
During Thursday’s broadcast of the NBC late-night show, the rock band performed in front of a live crowd on top of 30 Rock plaza.
The Killers opened with “Dying Breed,” a track from their upcoming sixth studio album, Imploding the Mirage, which will be released in August 2020.
The Killers then performed “When We Were Young,” the lead single from their 2006 sophomore album, Sam’s Town.
In August, The Killers released Pressure Machine, a new album, as well as a music video for the song “Quiet Town.” The album was inspired by Brandon Flowers’ childhood home in Nephi, Utah, where he lived from the age of ten to sixteen.
“We were talking about [Brandon] growing up in Nephi and being stranded out in the middle of nowhere,” drummer Ronnie Vannucci Jr. added. “And it started to seem like we were in the middle of nowhere during COVID-19.”
Flowers said, “I realized this pain that I hadn’t dealt with.” “I have many tender memories of my time in Nephi. The ones associated with terror or severe sadness, on the other hand, were emotionally charged. I have a better knowledge now than when we first formed the band, and I believe I was able to do justice to the stories and lives of the people in this small town where I grew up.”
In August, The Killers began a tour in support of Pressure Machine.
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