THE KILLERS ‘LIVE FROM THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL’
ABOUT THE FILM
Now The Killers know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall. On July 5-6th, during their 8-country European festival tour, the multi-platinum VMA Award-winning, Grammy-nominated band performed two historic nights at the legendary Kensington venue.
Killers fans will appreciate how faithful LIVE AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL is to the band’s sight and sound onstage. Moreover, the songs cut across all four of the Killers’ album releases, from their debut Hot Fuss (“Somebody Told Me,” “Smile Like You Mean It,” “Mr. Brightside,” “All These Things That I’ve Done,” “Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine”); to Sam’s Town (“For Reasons Unknown,” “Bling (Confessions Of A King),” “Sam’s Town (acoustic),” “Read My Mind,” “The River Is Wild,” “Bones,” “When You Were Young”); to Sawdust (“Shadowplay,” “Sweet Talk”); and Day & Age (“Human,” “This Is Your Life,” “The World We Live In,” “Joy Ride,” “I Can’t Stay,” “Losing Touch,” “Spaceman,” “A Dustland Fairytale”).
LIVE AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL was produced by Jim Parsons and directed by Dick Carruthers, whose credits include The Who Live at the Royal Albert Hall (2000), and long-form live performance DVDs with Oasis, Noel Gallagher, Keane, Van Morrison, Kaiser Chiefs, Bryan Adams, Aerosmith, White Stripes, and many others.