The Killers release cinematic video for “Caution”

    A sneak peek of their upcoming short film.

    The Killers Caution MV
    Image: The Killers official YouTube

    The Killers have shared the video for their latest song, “Caution,” which features former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham.

    The vintage clip, set in the ’80s, features various couples at different stages of romance, intercut with shots of the band performing at a high school dance. “I’m throwin’ caution, what’s it gonna be? / Tonight the winds of change are blowing wild and free / If I don’t get out, out of this town / I just might be the one who finally burns it down,” frontman Brandon Flowers sings.

    The visual is just “a sneak [peek] from the short film we did with director Sing Lee,” the band said in the video’s YouTube description. The clip is due to arrive “soon” via Apple Music.

    “Caution” was released last week and is the lead single from the band’s forthcoming album, Imploding the Mirage. The record, scheduled for release on May 29, is the follow-up to their 2017 LP, Wonderful Wonderful.

    Watch the video for “Caution” below: