Brandon Flowers releases live video for ‘I Can Change’ – watch

Video was recorded at Flowers' acclaimed solo shows at London's Brixton Academy in May

Brandon Flowers has released a live video for ‘I Can Change’, a track from his recent chart-topping solo album ‘The Desired Effect’.

The track, which features a sample from Bronski Beat’s classic 1984 single ‘Smalltown Boy’, serves as the fourth single from ‘The Desired Effect’. It also features an appearance from Pet Shop Boys’ singer Neil Tennant, who makes a brief spoken word cameo.

The video was recorded at Flowers’ recent solo shows at London’s Brixton Academy, which took place in May. Read NME’s review of Brandon Flowers at Brixton Academy here.

‘The Desired Effect’, which was released in May shortly before the Brixton shows, is Flowers’ second solo effort following 2010’s ‘Flamingo’. The Killers’ most recent album, ‘Battle Born’, came out in 2012.

The singer recently declared The Killers to be the best band of the past 15 years. Speaking in the same interview, Brandon Flowers also revealed that he has collected his own facial hair shavings in a bag for the last seven years.

Meanwhile, New Order have recently confirmed that Flowers will appear on their new album ‘Music Complete’, which is due in September. The album will also feature guest appearances from Iggy Pop and La Roux’s Elly Jackson.