Watch The Killers dedicate ‘Caution’ to “heroic” healthcare workers on ‘The Tonight Show’

Brandon Flowers and Ronnie Vannucci performed the 'Imploding the Mirage' track from home

The Killers dedicated a stripped-down performance of their recent single ‘Caution’ on The Tonight Show last night (May 13) to the “heroic” healthcare workers battling coronavirus — check out their remote performance below.

Brandon Flowers and Ronnie Vannucci sent in a home-recorded rendition of ‘Caution’, which will feature on the band’s upcoming new album ‘Imploding The Mirage’, for the Jimmy Fallon-hosted show.

Vannucci dedicated the performance to healthcare workers “who are putting themselves out on the frontlines helping everybody in need”.

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“We can’t tell you how much we appreciate that and how heroic that is,” he added. You can watch The Killers’ at-home performance of ‘Caution’ below.

The Killers have been entertaining fans during the coronavirus lockdown by debuting new material and covering classic songs.

Last month, they debuted the track ‘Blowback’ and covered Tom Petty’s ‘The Waiting’, while they released the latest ‘Imploding The Mirage’ single ‘Fire In Bone’ on April 24.

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