The Killers delivered a surprise for their fans in Quebec over the weekend by delivering a cover of Arcade Fire’s ‘Crown Of Love’.
As they performed at the newly-opened Place Bell Arena, the Las Vegas band gave their own take on the track, which is taken from Arcade Fire’s 2004 debut ‘Funeral’. Check it out below.
So, @thekillers did a stripped-down cover of Arcade Fire's "Crown of Love" at their gig last night.
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The latest cover comes after The Killers previously gave their own take on The Smiths’ ‘This Charming Man’ during a gig in Los Angeles in December 2017.
The moment came after Morrissey pulled out from an appearance at KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas, leaving The Killers to close out the night.
Last November, The Killers also covered Joy Division and New Order during a show at London’s O2 Arena.
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.
The Killers will return to the UK next summer for a headline slot at the Isle of Wight Festival, along with two stadium shows in both Swansea and Bolton.