The Killers Bring Out Johnny Marr, Pet Shop Boys During Glastonbury Set: Watch
Earlier tonight (June 29) The Killers headlined Glastonbury's Pyramid stage, and the band brought along a few famous friends to assist on some songs.
Flowers also used a portion of the set to pay tribute to his late mother, who passed away in 2010 after a battle with cancer.
"We wrote this next song a million miles from here," he told the crowd while introducing "A Dustland Fairytale." "We’re a long way from home tonight. But you know, home isn’t always a place. Home is a person. Looking back at my childhood home was my mother. And her light went out too soon."
Check out video of The Killers performing with Johnny Marr and Pet Shop Boys below, and read more of Billboard's Glastonbury coverage here.
What's this?! A @petshopboys and @thekillers duet?— BBC Radio 2 (@BBCRadio2) June 29, 2019
We are HERE for this!
Looking forward to The Pet Shop boys headlining for us at Hyde Park later this year too. #Glastonbury2019 #TheKillers pic.twitter.com/6eTDnld0nT
Mr Brightside!!— BBC Radio 2 (@BBCRadio2) June 29, 2019
So many great memories of this song. --
To finish off a spectacular Saturday night headline set at #Glastonbury2019, @Johnny_Marr joins #TheKillers to play this classic. pic.twitter.com/1OnfsIbK8B