The jubilant surprise collaboration came in tribute to Ric Ocasek.
The Los Angeles rockers brought high energy to the classic 1978 hit for the crowd in Singapore on Sunday.
During The Killers first performance since The Cars frontman’s death, they honored him with a joyous tribute.
An unused cover recorded for a TV show that never made it to air.
They’ve certainly made Adam Sandler cooler.
The 75-year-old rock pioneer and producer passed away on Sunday.
Nile Rodgers, The Hold Steady, and El-P also memoralized the legendary Cars frontman and producer.
Ocasek’s body was discovered by police in a New York City apartment on Sunday.
Members from Real Estate, Wavves, Saves the Day, and others talk about the record’s lasting impact.
Vega’s son Dante and his wife Liz Lamere will also on hand, alongside Sonic Youth’s Bob Bert and Gun Club’s Kid Congo, among others.
Teens of Denial will be delayed until mid-summer, all thanks to a brilliant (but illegal) sample of The Cars’ “Just What I Needed”.