Bruce Springsteen Joins Forces With The Killers on ‘Dustland’: Stream It Now

For the very first time, Bruce Springsteen joins forces with Brandon Flowers and Co. for a reimagined cut of “A Dustland Fairytale,” a mid-album track on the Las Vegas rockers’ 2008 set Day & Age.

Bruce Springsteen Joins Forces With The Killers on ‘Dustland’: Stream It Now

The Boss and The Killers team for a fairytale collaboration.

For the very first time, Bruce Springsteen joins forces with Brandon Flowers and Co. for a reimagined cut of “A Dustland Fairytale,” the emotional, mid-album track on the Las Vegas rockers’ 2008 set Day & Age.

The new version, simply titled “Dustland,” dropped at midnight ahead of an exclusive performance of it on The Today Show.

“Dustland,” said to be Springsteen’s favorite Killers track, was written in the middle of Flowers’ mom’s battle with cancer (she passed away two years later, in 2010, at the age of 64).

“It was an attempt to better understand my dad, who is sometimes a mystery to me. To grieve for my mother,” writes Flowers on his socials. “To acknowledge their sacrifices and maybe even catch a glimpse of just how strong love needs to be to make it in this world. It was my therapy. It was cathartic.”

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