Losing Touch

Album: Day & Age (2008)
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  • Frontman Brandon Flowers told The Quietus that this song is one of his favorites on Day & Age. He explained: "That one's so good it doesn't feel like it's our song! It's just so concise; it's really mature song writing. Everything in it does what it's supposed to."
  • This song came from a traditional jam. Guitarist Dave Keuning told American Songwriter magazine: "It's four guys fighting it out and trying to rock."

Comments: 3

  • Paris from Cardiff, United Kingdomi love this song! it is amazing, and i love the lyric, theyre so different on Day and Age and i just love it!
  • Theresa from Murfreesboro, TnThe best song on Day & Age, it's dark but radio friendly.
  • Kylie from Ventura, CaThis song is really great. I especially love the bridge.
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