Brandon Flowers has debuted a music video for “I Can Change,” the fourth single to emerge from his latest solo effort, The Desired Effect. Watch it above.

The new clip depicts footage from Flowers’ concert at the Brixton Academy in London, which took place back in May right around the same time The Desired Effect landed in stores. Flowers’ latest single features a sample of “Smalltown Boy” -- a song from the English synth-pop outfit Bronski Beat’s 1984 debut, The Age of Consent -- and a spoken portion contributed by Pet Shop Boys’ Neil Tennant.

If you’d like to witness Flowers’ live show in person, his current tour returns to the U.S. on July 25, when he’ll play a concert in Detroit. He has shows scheduled through October, including appearances at Squamish Valley Music Festival, Life Is Beautiful festival, Austin City Limits and more. Check out his complete itinerary on his website.

Previously, Flowers has shared videos for The Desired Effect’s “Can’t Deny My Love,” “Still Want You” and “Lonely Town.” The Killers frontman’s second solo outing follows his 2010 debut effort, Flamingo.