[Photos by: Anton Corbijn, Jill Furmanovsky]

The Killers evoked the interminable spirit of '90s frat bros last night with an impromptu cover of Oasis' "Wonderwall" during their concert at Lollapalooza Chile. Watch Brandon Flowers and the boys walk them winding roads below.

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As reported by the NME, the Killers incorporated the 1995 Oasis hit into their headlining set on Sunday as a spontaneous tribute to the song's original singer Liam Gallagher, who was forced to cut his own Lollapalooza set short due to an apparently severe chest infection.

"We heard you missed out on a couple of songs today that you wanted to hear," Flowers told the crowd. "Before I sing this song, I would first like to say that Liam Gallagher is my king—he's one of my kings. This is in no way meant to disparage anything that he did."

This sure makes us want to grab an acoustic guitar and serenade some friends out on the quad.

Anyway, here's "Wonderwall":

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