After a five-year hiatus, The Killers have a new song.
As culture website Uproxx reported, The Killers made due on a promise to release a new song, called “The Man,” which will be included in the band’s forthcoming album, “Wonderful Wonderful.” “A choir and some undeniable, crunchy bass backs up his assertions that he’s really the man come ’round,” according to Uproxx.
I feel like much of the song could be Gatsby talking about how he thinks about Daisy being with Tom, and how it keeps him up at night, and also the title "Mr Brightside" would really fit Gatsby, since he is usually a very high-spirited, happy, nice gentleman.wow, i had no idea this song is about what it makes me feel. The fact of the matter is, that the story you will read at the top is very true and almost the exact version of what actually happened. AND she is an amazing and independent woman who enjoyed the company of a talented young man once. Please be kind, you are, after all refering to a wonderful woman who was able to arouse the passion that created a work of genius...etcetera. Brandon is a Mormon, do you really think that he was all crazy in love with a prostitute? It actually had to be a pretty high caliber knockout with some sort of real class, dontcha think? I always thought this song was about a guy who really liked this girl but she is already with someone else and so it absolutely kills him to think of what they do as is 'seemingly' described.i love it.
The girl you hear about is a good friend of mine, and while i'm not here to add any juice to the fruit, i do want to say that she is absolutely not a prostitute. I always thought this song was about a guy who really liked this girl but she is already with someone else and so it absolutely kills him to think of what they do as is 'seemingly' described.i love it.
The Killers' last traditional album was "Battle Born" in 2012.
" really fits with the fact that Gatsby and Daisy's relationship began with a kiss on the night they met. This is funny...i googled the meaning just to see what all of the speculation would be on the subject of such a popular song...i never expected all of these opinions!
To mark the 10th anniversary of the release of this song, we thought we'd share its story, from birth to becoming a part of music history: The song originally sounded like this.
The band passed out this version as a demo while playing shows in their hometown of Las Vegas.
“THIS is me and my son Gunnar, who is four, and it’s great that the photographer managed to capture a rare, if unconventional, moment of affection.
I wanted to spell his name ‘Gunner’ but my wife Tana made us go with ‘ar’ at the end to soften it a little bit. He’s the least affectionate of the three and when he does show affection, it’s kind of aggressive.