Category Archives: Brandon Flowers

UNICEF & The Killers: Goodnight, Travel Well

David Slade directs a powerful, human trafficking a la music video tagged with Some Things Cost More Than You Realise and underscores it with The Killers – Goodnight, Travel Well – from their third studio album – Day & Age. The PSA music video is the second collaboration between UNICEF, MTV EXIT (End Exploitation & Trafficking) and the US Agency for International Development, the first launched in 2008 featuring Radiohead’s All I Need.

We are deeply shocked and appalled that women and children are forced into such exploitative situations, said a spokesperson for The Killers. We hope that through MTV’s efforts, and this powerful video, millions of people across the world learn about this tragic form of modern-day slavery. The video’s creative concept was developed by the Australian advertising agency CRC, with support from the UK music consultancy Huge Music.

You can read a lot more about The Killers and UNICEF’s human trafficking effort @

The Killers @ The World We Live In – Video

The Killers released The World We Live In music video off their Day & Age studio album, love this song and reminds me of Tears For Fears‘s Elemental disc whenever I hear it. Enjoy kids, and leave your comments below.

Day & Age was released in November 2008 and it never gets old, I still blare in my house and car. Later kids. Btw, if you don’t have this 3rd studio album, hit up iTunes and buy the deluxe album asap.

The Killers @ Spaceman – Music Video

Ray Tintori directs Brandon Flowers and his The Killers bandmate in their second single – Spaceman – off their Day & Age album. The awww, jaw-dropping video premiered on MySpace on January 23.

The Killers are repped by Kirk Sommer @ William Morris Agency (WMA).


The Killers – Shadowplay From Control

I just finished watching Anton Corbijn’s Control and thought you might enjoy a little Shadowplay from The Killers.

“…I hold my hands up, I’m a believer in Joy Division– hallelujah …”.

Shadowplay –

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