Get Caught In The “Crossfire” Of Brandon Flowers’ First Solo Single

Robbie Daw | June 11, 2010 9:34 am

A radio rip of Brandon Flowers’ first solo single “Crossfire” is doing the rounds, and he appears more pensive and mellow than ever. Sure, there were some slow numbers on that last Killers album Day & Age, but never before has B-Flo sounded so—dare we say it—adult contemporary! (In this case, not necessarily a bad thing.) Head below to hear “Crossfire,” the first preview of what’s to come from Brandon’s solo endeavor Flamingo.

It’s all very VH1 circa 1989, isn’t it?

CS Perspective notes that the song “has that epic stadium feel to it and the lyrics are deep and provoke feelings you never knew you had.”

What do you think? Does “Crossfire” make you want to “lay your body down, lay your body down, lay your body down”? Or are you eager for Flowers to get back to business with The Killers?