New music videos of the week: Brandon Flowers with Charlize Theron
Wednesday 14 July 2010
The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers features actress Charlize Theron in an adventure-filled clip for new single "Crossfire." Other new videos of the week include offerings from indie bands Cults and Tokyo Police Club.
Cults: "Oh My God"
Rising indie-pop duo Cults recently issued "Oh My God" and this accompanying video as part of a singles release program organized by Adult Swim, a division of US TV channel Cartoon Network.
Brandon Flowers: "Crossfire"
The Killers' frontman is rolling out his solo debut album, Flamingo, beginning with first single "Crossfire." The track's video features actress Charlize Theron as Flowers' rescuer following a harrowing adventure.
Tokyo Police Club: "Wait Up (Boots of Danger)"
Canadian indie rock band Tokyo Police Club has released this clip for a track from recently released second album Champ.
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