The Killers to host live Q&A and perform songs on Instagram

14 April 2020, 11:42 | Updated: 14 April 2020, 19:10

Brandon Flowers and co are set to answer fans' questions and play some of their well-known hits this Saturday 18 April from 12pm PST.

The Killers are set to take part in a live event this Saturday (18 April) 2020.

Brandon Flowers and co have announced they'll host the Q&A from their homes and even throw in a few performances on Instagram Live.

Taking to social media, they wrote: "Attention self incarcerated humans of earth. Time to get wild! Next Saturday at 12PM PST, watch and listen on your favorite hand held device as we answer your questions and play a few of our songs for YOU, LIVE ON INSTAGRAM! Reply to this tweet with your questions."

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Fans have already begun sending in their questions with one asking to include songs in their live tracks, while others have asked about the status of some of the band's members.

The Killers' live Q&A takes place on Saturday 18 April from 12pm Pacific Standard Time, which is 8pm BST.

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The Killers' Brandon Flowers at 2019 Forecastle Festival
The Killers' Brandon Flowers at 2019 Forecastle Festival. Picture: Stephen J. Cohen/Getty Images

Meanwhile, plenty of fans were wondering if there's an official update on The Killers' Imploding The Mirage World Tour dates, which are yet to be officially cancelled, and it seems drummer Ronnie Vannuci Jr has confirmed they have been postponed.

Speaking on Instagram Live he said: “It’s definitely postponed, not a cancellation kind of ordeal.”

The Mr. Brightside rocker added: “We were very early to get the next available dates for next year, we’ve got, I think it’s called a first hold on a lot of things. We say this coming early, or rather our agent Kirk Sommer, who’s a special person in our lives, saw this coming and hopefully we’ll get the jump on it.”

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