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Killers singer Brandon Flowers hinted in a new interview with the U.K.'s Sun that he would love to see his band and Muse possibly collaborate on a new piece of music at some point down the line. Both bands performed at the the MTV Europe Music Awards last weekend, and Flowers explained, "We've become good friends with Muse. We get along so well, so I'd never rule out working together. We would be trying to outdo each other. It would be spectacular, the choruses would be huge."
The Killers will be following in their pals' footsteps next June, when they play the biggest gig of their career at Wembley Stadium in London. Muse was the first rock band to headline the vast venue when it opened in 2007 and also played a two-night stand there in 2010.
The Killers are currently touring the U.K. behind their fourth studio album, Battle Born, which was released last month. They kick off a U.S. tour on November 29th in Broomfield, Colorado, ending on December 29th in Las Vegas.
Muse is trekking across Europe in support of its latest effort, The 2nd Law, and will touch down in North America for an arena tour starting in late January.