The Killers have released official footage of their performance of the stunning Wembley Stadium tribute song, performed at their sell-out concert last month.
The Las Vegas four-piece gave Wembley Stadium the ultimate 90th birthday present when they performed a song written specially for the iconic venue.
Posting on their official YouTube channel, the band said: "We'd like to take a moment to sincerely thank those of you that made it out to the Wembley Stadium show last month.
"What a real pleasure it was to play for you all. We filmed some of the show and caught the Wembley Song on tape. We took out all the bad shots of Ron to make us look cooler, too. Enjoy."
The Killers wowed their audience on a warm night in London with a thrilling two-hour set, mixing some of their classics with a raft of new material.
And it was one of their new tracks that brought a special cheer from the crowd and registered a very proud moment for Wembley: its own dedicated track.
Lead singer Brandon Flowers said: “We’ve written a song for this joyous occasion.”
He then charted some of Wembley’s most iconic moments, it’s history from the Twin Towers to present day arch.
A special mention to the Three Lions and a nod to Freddie Mercury with a call-answer “day-oh”, before reeling off some of the great acts that have played the venue, highlighting the magical musical history that the stadium possesses - adding that The Killers will now take their place of that very special list.
The band's concert in June was the latest in a series of amazing events during the Wembley's landmark anniversary.
Having already played host to England's victory against Brazil in February, as well as the second Champions League Final in three seasons, Wembley continued into a packed summer of music.
Capital Summertime Ball kicked it off at the start of June before Bruce Springsteen brought his Wrecking Ball Tour to the stadium.
As The Killers disappeared off stage to carry on the musical party at a specially arranged intimate gig in North London, the stadium turned its attentions to the next event; four sold-out nights of Robbie Williams...