The Killers and Lou Reed Premiere 'Tranquilizer' Video
The Killers have debuted the music video of their special collaboration with Lou Reed. The clip of 'Tranquilize' was premiered in U.K. the end of last month and has now received its world premiere.
The video features frontman Brandon Flowers wandering around in a seemingly deserted house where Reed was sitting at a piano.
'Tranquilize' is included in the compilation 'Sawdust' which the band will release on November 13. It was made available for download on October 13 and will have its physical release tomorrow (November 6).
'Sawdust' feature B-Sides, rarities and remixes by the band including covers such as Dire Strait's 1980 single 'Romeo and Juliet' and their notable rendition of Joy Division's 'Shadowplay'.
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