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Killers Cover Iggy Azalea At V Festival
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 Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The Killers covered the Iggy Azalea cut "Fancy" during their headlining set at the V Festival in Staffordshire, England on Saturday, August 16.

"We've sort of been working on something and we wanted to show you a little bit of it, if you don't mind hearing it," said frontman Brandon Flowers before launching into the cut, which came complete with choreography.

Drummer Ronnie Vanucci did what Flowers described as an "interpretive dance."

During the cover, Flowers changed the song's "from LA to Tokyo" line to "from Vegas to Staffordshire," in honor of the fest's locale.

The Killers' next gig comes at Glasgow Summer Sessions in Scotland, followed by Tennent's Vital in Belfast.

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