What better song to play than 'Bizarre Love Triangle?'

By Robyn Collins

New Order‘s Bernard Sumner joined The Killers onstage for a stirring version of New Order’s 1986 classic “Bizarre Love Triangle” during their concert at the O2 Arena in London yesterday (Nov. 28).

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The band played the song during its encore and Sumner’s distinctive vocals solidified The Killers’ already-authentic post-new wave vibe.

It wasn’t the first time the artists joined forces. Sumner has performed with The Killers on multiple occasions, including at a show in Manchester in February 2013, reports NME.

The Killers are touring to support their fifth studio album, Wonderful Wonderful, which was released in September.

Watch fan-shot footage of The Killers performing “Bizarre Love Triangle” with Sumner below:

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