Watch an exclusive Killers video interview now
The band recently celebrated another awards ceremony by teaming up with U2 and Coldplay, but wanted to go one better by raising The King, who died in 1977.
“We’re going to have a séance and try to get Elvis to join in,” joked Brandon Flowers. “We’ll see how that works out.”
The singer added the band, who won Best International Act have a busy summer ahead.
“It’s heavy duty,” said Flowers. “We’re going to bring the pain.”
Watch the full interview now:
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For complete coverage from this year’s Shockwaves NME Awards, including news, photo galleries, video interviews and live blogs straight from the ceremony at the O2 Academy Brixton, head to our awards index at NME.COM/awards now.
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There will also be a highlights show on Channel 4 on Friday (February 27) at 7.30pm (GMT) and on Saturday (28) at 10.55am.
Meanwhile, get this week’s issue of NME – on UK newsstands now – for an exclusive covers CD featuring this year’s Godlike Geniuses, The Cure. The awards review issue itself will be on the shelves from next Wednesday (March 4), boasting exclusive interviews, photos and more.