The Fray's Isaac Slade vows 'to punch Brandon Flowers in the mouth'

Tabloid reports suggest that the singer isn't happy with some comments the Killers' man has made about his band

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Isaac Slade, frontman of The Fray, has said he wants to punch The Killers' singer Brandon Flowers "in the mouth".

The singer, whose band released their new album 'Scars & Stories' earlier this month, has called out Flowers after he saw him making some comments about The Fray on YouTube.

He told the Daily Star: "When we started making the album, I saw footage on YouTube of Brandon getting mad at a Killers crowd who were a little sedate. Brandon was yelling, 'Come on, stand up and dance. This isn't a fucking Fray show'."

Slade added that though he had to acknowledge his band's crowds tended to be quite sedate, he'd still have to teach Flowers a lesson when they next met.

He added: "All I could do was laugh because that's true - we do have a very thoughtful, sensitive crowd who don't get to dance much. Still, I'll pay Brandon back for picking on our fans. Next time I see him I'll have to punch him in the mouth."

The Killers are currently recording their fourth studio album and will return to the UK to headline this summer's V Festival.

To read a new interview with the Killers about the progress they're making in recording their new album, pick up this week's issue of NME, which is on UK newsstands now or available digitally.

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