If you didn't know, you know now. The Killers might be one of the most famous Mormon acts, like, ever. The question is, was Mr. Brightside Mormon himself?
Last year Neon Trees made headlines when frontman Tyler Glenn came out. This, in the pop music world, would've been a top story regardless, except that Glenn is also a devout Mormon. "I don't know what the rumors are, but we're not taught that 'homos are going to hell' on Sunday in church," he told Rolling Stone. "Mostly it's just about Christ and his teachings."
Imagine Dragons' frontman Dan Reynolds even went on a two-year mission in Nebraska after graduating high school, proselytizing for the church and helping drug addicts before going to Brigham Young University in Utah. A good Mormon if we've ever known one!
When the '90s alterno-rock band Dishwalla sang in their hit "Counting Blue Cars":
"We said, 'Tell me all your thoughts on God / 'Cause I would really like to meet her / And ask her why we're who we are / Tell me all your thoughts on God / 'Cause I am on my way to see her / So tell me am I very far, am I very far now?'"
...they were really talking about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
It's not just legacy acts and modern day rock stars who identify as Mormon. The faith extends to internet celebrities, too! Lindsey Stirling found fame on YouTube with extensively complex music videos highlighting her virtuoso violin abilities. She's also very vocal about her faith, perhaps more than some of the other acts on this list.