The Killers win BRIT for International album

'Sam's Town' triumphs for the Las Vegas band

The Killers have won the BRIT for International Album for ’Sam’s Town’ tonight (February 14).

“You’ve taken us in like we’re one of your own,” declared singer Brandon Flowers accepting the award from presenters and Hot Fuzz duo Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. “We’ll never forget that!”

The full list of nominees were:


Bob Dylan – ‘Modern Times’

Gnarls Barkley- ‘St Elsewhere’

Justin Timberlake- ‘FutureSex/LoveSounds’

The Killers – ‘Sam’s Town’

Scissor Sisters – ‘Ta Da’

To see the full winners of this year’s awards which saw Arctic Monkeys and The Killers lead the way just click on the links below:


British Live Act

British And International Breakthrough

British and International Male Solo

British and International Female Solo

British Group

International Album

International Group

British Single

British Album


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