The Killers joined by Danielle Haim on drums at Outside Lands festival warm-up gig

Haim's frontwoman played the song 'On Top' with Brandon Flowers and co

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The Killers were last night (August 9) joined onstage by Haim frontwoman Danielle Haim.

The multi-instrumentalist and singer played drums with the band during their warm-up set at The Independent for Outside Lands festival in San Francisco, where both groups are performing. Haim played drums during the song 'On Top'. See below for crowd-shot footage of the performance, via Instagram.



Meanwhile, Haim have vowed that their new album will be ready "very soon", after confirming that they intended to start recording it this summer. The trio have been touring constantly since their debut album 'Days Are Gone' reached No 1 in the UK on its release in September 2013.

Speaking to BBC 6 Music at Glastonbury, keyboardist Alana Haim said: "This is the first time we've ever written on the road. We're going home in a month to start recording. I promise record two won't come in six years, it'll come very soon."

The Killers will play this month's V Festival and have announced a warm-up gig in Liverpool. The band will headline the O2 Academy on August 15 prior to their festival appearances on August 16-17. V Festival takes place in Hylands Park, Chelmsford and Weston Park, Staffordshire. The Killers will also perform at Glasgow's Summer Sessions at Bellahouston Park on August 19 and Belfast's Tennents Vital on August 21.

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