By Julian Marshall
Newsbeat reporter at Reading Festival
The Killers have closed the second night at Reading Festival with a set which combined their biggest hits, a cover version and a brand new song.
The Las Vegas rockers played new track Spaceman from their next album and added glamorous touches to their show.
While they played When You Were Young a fountain of sparks fell from the top of the stage.
And lead singer Brandon Flowers performed some of the set in a sparkling turquoise jacket.
The band played their most famous songs including Bones, Smile Like You Mean It and All These Things That I've Done.
Elsewhere in the set the band also found time to cover Joy Division's Shadowplay.
Just before The Killers on the Main Stage, Bloc Party played a hit-laden set which also included new songs Mercury and One Month Off from their third album Intimacy, which was released online on Thursday.
Speaking before the show, frontman Kele Okereke said the band had a soft spot for the event.
Bloc Party interview
He said: "We've always had a fondness for Reading as a band. We have played there three times and every time it has been better than the time before.
"I'm really excited and I really hope it will go off. It's one of my favourite festivals to visit and play.
"I've been there countless times as a fan. I don't imagine many people will know much of the new stuff so we're not going to overload our set."
The band were without original bassist Gordon Moakes who is currently on leave due to the birth of his first child.
Earlier in the day The Ting Tings invited a group of champion skippers to dance in time with Number One single That's Not My Name.
Jules De Martino from the band explained: "We have invited the UK champion double-Dutch skipping team to skip on stage when we perform That's Not My Name as our last song.
The Ting Tings interview
"We did it in Brooklyn. We put the audience in there and we got the two-times world champions to come on stage and it worked really well, got the rhythm going.
"It was great fun. So we've brought them up today."
Singer Katie White added: "Apparently they've been practising all week!"
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