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- Posted on Jun 15th 2010 12:15PM by Chris Cottingham
"It just became something else when I realised I wasn't ready to take a very long break and a couple of the guys were," he said. "It was weird. Without union and the Killers and that way of doing things and friendship. I had fun making the record but that brotherhood didn't exist. At times it was a little bit lonely."
The interview came as Flowers prepared showcased the single 'Crossfire,' on the show and later streamed it via his official site.
Instead, Flowers worked with a string of guests, including Jenny Lewis, Stuart Price, who worked with the Killers on 2008's 'Day and Age,' and respected producer Brendan O'Brien (Neil Young, Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen).
Flowers was keen to stress that his solo project does not mean the end of the Killers. "The guys have heard [the new record] and they understand why I'm doing it," he said. "I'm already talking to them about when we're going to get into the studio again. It's definitely not the end of the Killers, but you can't blame the others -- we've been going nonstop since 2003."