The Killers Play New Song 'The Man' For The First Time Live

Watch Brandon Flowers lift the veil on 'The Man' in Denmark.

Written by Emilee Lindner • Photography by Rob Loud/Getty Images • June 23, 2017

The Killers like things dark, stormy and slightly dystopian, and that's exactly what they're serving up with their braggadocious new track, "The Man" -- their first new song in five years. With lyrics that boast the ego, sound effects that recall an old cash register and a glitzy disco beat, you can imagine yourself dancing to the track at an exclusive discotheque with other rich elites with questionable motives.

The Las Vegas band unveiled the new song at the Tinderbox Odense, a music festival in Denmark, on Thursday (June 22). The performance of the song is what you'd might expect from the bougie track -- frontman Brandon Flowers, who celebrated his 36th birthday on Wednesday, twisted his hips and sang with the type of charisma fitting enough for "The Man."

Check out fan-made video from the performance below:

The Killers are playing even more festivals this summer as they ramp up to the release of their upcoming album, Wonderful Wonderful (date TBD). They've got Lollapalooza on their docket, along with Austin City Limits Music Festival, Lost Lake and Voodoo. Check out tickets to their shows here.