The Killers: 'We did a Christmas single so we didn't have to get naked' (Q330 preview)

The Killers: 'We did a Christmas single so we didn't have to get naked' (Q330 preview)
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killers500 The Killers have revealed their motivation to do a yearly Christmas single for charity... they didn't want to take their clothes off.

Speaking in our new issue, Q330 out now, the band explained their annual tradition of releasing a festive song - this year to be Christmas In LA in collaboration with Dawes - came after they turned down a strange request.

"Somebody asked us to do something that was out of character for a young rock band to do and we thought, That's not right, but maybe we could do something to benefit this charity organisation," explains drummer Ronnie Vannucci.

"They wanted us to do something with a picture on a T-shirt and have us be naked or something. We said, We don't do that, but we make songs..."

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