It’s now been 10 years since The Killers released their first single, “Mr. Brightside,” and in the decade since they have proven to be one of the biggest bands in the world. In 2009, they recorded two nights of performances in London which became the CD and DVD release “Live From the Royal Albert Hall.” The response tothe show solidified their stardom. The album was nominated for best DVD at the UK’s NME awards.
Starpulse called it “quite possibly the best live album and video since Elvis and his ‘Aloha From Hawaii’ some 36 years ago. It’s nothing less than rock and roll at its greatest,” giving the album a perfect five-star rating. Rolling Stone gave it four out of five stars and praised singer Brandon Flowers’ performance. Entertainment Weekly placed the DVD on its “Must List,” stating “When Brandon Flowers et al. explode into closing number “When You Were Young,” and the fans start to sing (and then jump) along, it’s a wonder those 138-year-old walls stay standing.”
Also, check out their new video for “Shot at the Night”
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See them live for yourself when they headline the Life Is Beautiful Festival in their hometown of Las Vegas in late October
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