The Brandon Flowers-led band played their second consecutive night at the capital’s huge arena venue yesterday to celebrate their fifth studio album ‘Wonderful Wonderful’, which came out back in September.
After earlier playing a cover of Joy Division‘s ‘Shadowplay’, The Killers were later joined by Sumner during their encore for a rendition of the 1986 New Order track ‘Bizarre Love Triangle’. Sumner has previously performed live with The Killers on a number of occasions, including a show in Manchester back in February 2013.
Watch fan-shot footage of The Killers’ cover of ‘Bizarre Love Triangle’ live at The O2 below.
The Killers will now move onto a short North American tour, which begins in Seattle on December 5.
Back in July, Flowers recalled meeting Sumner for the first time – revealing that it happened in a toilet at the NME Awards.
“It was our first time going to the NME Awards, and we were starstruck,” Flowers said in an interview with Radio X. “It was an incredible experience for us. We were just happy to be there. I’m in the bathroom. I’m at the urinal. And Bernard Sumner, who’s one of my heroes, steps up next to me.”