The Killers are back to business - with frontman Brandon Flowers overcoming his recent throat issues to perform in London on Saturday night (17 November, 2012).
Flowers had to end the band's recent Manchester show early, after only five songs, due to a sore throat - but he seemed to be back in full health at The Killers' London O2 Arena gig last night.
He told the crowd that he was "feeling OK", but also asked them to "keep their fingers crossed" that he would be able to make it through the entire show, which he did.
The Killers opened with their hit 'Mr Brightside', and also played songs including 'Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine', 'When You Were Young', 'Battle Born' and 'All These Things That I've Done'.
Their cover of U2's 'With Or Without You' followed their performance of 'A Dustland Fairytale' - watch the video below.
The band also spoke to NME about keeping prices affordable for their show at Wembley Stadium next year, which will be the band's biggest UK gig - and they won't be taking any tips from the Rolling Stones.
Ronnie Vannucci, drummer for the band, said, "We do our best to keep things out of the sky, to keep prices low for T-shirts and s**t like that.
"We've gotten into many p**sing matches trying to keep gigs as fan friendly as possible, and we'll do the same with Wembley."
He finished by adding that they will also be careful with their special effects, saying, "We'll have s**t going on. But it's a fine line. When do you stop being The Killers and turn into Kiss?"
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