The Killers Performing at the alt987 lounge. BFlow tho. 😍 pic.twitter.com/1qNf7hFWIO— BFlowDaily (@BFlowTheMan) February 3, 2018
• The Killers performed live for listeners at the alt987 lounge. Photos from that performance were shared online and BFlow is looking like quite the tasty snack.
• Flowers on new song "The Calling": “I said something about light, and he [Mark Stoermer] had just been looking at a painting by Caravaggio called ‘The Calling of Saint Matthew,’ ” where Jesus is pointing at Matthew and there’s a light shining on him. We looked at that picture and we wrote that song around it.”
• On why BFlow chose Woody Harrelson to open the song: "He just sounds a lot cooler reading these passages out of the New Testament than any of us did,” Flowers notes — where Jesus explains why he’d dine with a tax collector like Matthew and invite him to be a follower."
• On being one of the last rock bands still standing today: “It’s a little scary out there,” the 36-year-old Flowers acknowledges. “We’ve definitely got one foot in the fundamental, rock and roll, arena band world, but then I also believe that we have a foot in the future. I think we’re combining these two worlds and people seem to appreciate it. There are tried-and-true things about showmanship and about performance that I’m a student of, and we apply those. And then we’re also aware of what’s going on, and we’re trying to move forward. Having a little dash of Las Vegas on top of that never hurt anybody, either."
ONTD, what songs should The Killers perform if they were ever chosen for the SuperBowl?
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