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8 July 2017, 12:30
The frontman told Radio X's Gordon Smart why he never tires of singing their songs.
Brandon Flowers has revealed he feels "at home" on stage with the The Killers, and he's proud to be their singer.
Speaking to Radio X's Gordon Smart, the Las Vegas rocker revealed: “I feel at home, you know. It’s nice to get back on the stage and do what I like to do.”
Watch our video above.
Asked if he still had that “fire” in his belly, Flowers responded: “It’s always there. And I’m proud to be the singer of The Killers. You know, I love singing the songs.”
But when it comes to which songs the Mr. Brightside outfit would perform, fans need not worry about getting the hits, as the Flowers referred to the band as "crowd-pleasers".
Brandon certainly brought out the bangers when The Killers played a surprise set at Glastonburtythis weekend, appearing in front of a rammed John Peel tent.
They performed material from across their entire career, including the Hot Fuss classic All These Things That I've Done.
Watch it here:
Sticking to their guns, the indie outfit ended their set with indie anthem Mr. Brightside:
The Killers are set to play a headline show at the Barclaycard Presents BST Hyde Park on Saturday (8 July), where they're expected to showcase some new material.
The singer also revealed his son Henry features on the artwork of their new single The Man.
Watch him talk about the shoot here: