Brandon Flowers Says ‘Sorry’
The Killers' frontman wants to take back all the nasty little things he's said about bands like the Bravery, Fall Out Boy, and Panic! at the Disco.
Killers frontman Brandon Flowers, who recently suggested emo music is “dangerous” (read more), has apologized to any bands he may have offended on his way to the top. After beefing with bands like the Bravery and Fall Out Boy, Flowers now says he’d “like to take it all back.” Speaking to AOL Music, Flowers confessed: “These people are just doing what they want to do, just like I am. I’m actually a nice person and I love people. I just am opinionated, and sometimes jealous. It’s not something I’m proud of.”
Flowers seemed most anxious to take back what he said about fellow Las Vegans Panic! at the Disco, that they were just piggy-backing off Fall Out Boy’s success. “I don’t even know what their music’s like, or if I would even like it,” he said of Panic. “That made me feel even worse, to think they could have been fans of ours and I hurt their feelings. That’s just stupid.”