Exclusive Content Galore; Brandon Flowers, Run The Jewels and Pete Wentz help Funny or Die play the fool on April 1st.
Dips is new social media platform, out to “change the world.”
“In 1981 Al Gore invented the internet,” starts the video that launches Dips, Funny or Die’s April Fools for this year. The premise is simple; 1.5 seconds videos that exploit the optimum time for “creativity, communication and sharing.”
Cue a host of Dips from the likes of The National, Snoop Dog, Ringo Star and Aerial Pink. From Skrillex answering a banana to Britney Spears walking into a glass door, Dips provided no strings attached fun during an April Fools dominated by #Brands and their #Product.
The good news is that while April 1st has passed for another year, you can still watch each and every Dip on the Funny or Die website. Watch out for a confused Pete Wentz, Run The Jewel’s El-P reading the bible and Brandon Flowers with something to tell you.
Juanita Stein shares the propulsive ‘Forgiver’, co-written and produced by Brandon Flowers of The Killers
The pair wrote the song, premiering on DIY, when they were on tour together this year.
Brandon Flowers and Years & Years perform on Strictly Come Dancing
Watch performances from over the weekend.
Brandon Flowers announces Shepherd’s Bush Empire show for November
The Killers frontman is promoting ‘The Desired Effect’.
Watch Brandon Flowers play new song ‘Come Out With Me’ live
The Killers frontman premiered the track on tour in Oakland