Brandon Flowers Covers New Order’s ‘Bizarre Love Triangle’ With Bernard Sumner
In his ongoing quest to bring back as much of the 1980s as possible, the Killers frontman Brandon Flowers struck again last night (May 24), performing New Order's 1986 hit "Bizarre Love Triangle" at his gig in Manchester, England, accompanied by the song's original singer, New Order's Bernard Sumner. The most substantial evidence of the happenings as of now are a few Instagram clips, so check out a couple of those below:
Just a few days ago, he was joined on stage by another prominent '80s figure, Chrissie Hynde, for a cover of The Pretenders' 1986 single, "Don't Get Me Wrong." Hynde also appears on Flowers' new album The Desired Effect on a duet, "Between Me And You," which they also performed live.
Flowers is currently on the road in support of that album, and complete tour dates can be found here.