Joy Ride

Album: Day & Age (2008)


  • Frontman Brandon Flowers told The Sun November 7, 2008 that this song, "is something that is just alive, it's fun. Somebody told me it's very disco but I think it's harder, more modern. I feel like it's Young Americans with The Clash and even Rod Stewart thrown in."
  • This funk number features a sax solo. Flowers explained to MTV News: "You know, Psychedelic Furs and people like David Bowie - I've always admired their use of the saxophone. So yeah, it didn't seem too far-fetched."

Comments: 4

  • Candy from Cardiff, United Kingdomthis is one of the best from Day and Age. it is simply amazing and i cannot start to explain how much i love the Killers
  • Paris from Cardiff, United Kingdom'when your chips are down, when your highs are low, JOYRIDE!' ill never forget that amazing show they put on at Hard Rock Calling, 26th June 2009. it was magical! love this song!
  • Hannah from Annapolis,There's no way you can contain yourself when you hear this song. The music is so awesome!!! You have to bust out dancing!!! This is totally one of those grab your hairbrush andgo crazy!!! The Killers are AMAZING!!!
  • Kylie from Ventura, CaI looove this song. It's so catchy and makes me want to dance whenever I hear it. The bridge and lyrics are really great.
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