Brandon Flowers reveals new song ‘I Can Change’

The Killers' frontman releases second solo album 'The Desired Effect' on May 18

A new track by Brandon Flowers has been revealed following its first play on BBC Radio 2 yesterday (April 30).

‘I Can Change’ is the latest track from Flowers’ solo album ‘The Desired Effect’, which will be released on May 18.

The track samples Bronski Beat’s 1984 hit ‘Smalltown Boy’. Listen below.

The singer’s upcoming solo LP features guest appearances from Pet Shop Boys’ Neil Tennant and Haim singer Danielle Haim, as well as The Killers‘ own Ronnie Vannucci.

At the start of the week (April 27) Brandon Flowers revealed a new video for ‘Lonely Town’. Watch the video here.

He also made headlines after criticising Kanye West in a new interview.

Speaking to Rolling Stone recently, Flowers was reminded of stating that the rapper “makes him ill” in 2006, now responding: “Everyone’s afraid to say anything contrary to him being a genius. It’s crazy, man! And it’s frustrating. I’m not going to tear him down, but I will say I find that to be frustrating… That’s my stance on it.”

Flowers added: “A lot of people might agree with me now. I may have been a little bit ahead of my time. But I think he wants to be good. I think he wants to be great, and that’s something that we all want to strive for. We’ve just got different roads of getting there, I guess.”

Brandon Flowers will play five UK shows in May. The dates are as follows:

London Brixton Academy (May 21-22)
Manchester Academy (24)
Edinburgh Usher Hall (25)
Leeds O2 Academy (26)
Birmingham O2 Academy (28)

To check the availability of Brandon Flowers tickets, click here.