Brandon Flowers seems to be bringing groovy back with his new solo single, “Can’t Deny My Love.”
The Killers frontman gives us a preview of his second solo release with brand new single “Can’t Deny My Love.”
San Diego has landed its own music festival and the inaugural edition, happening on the weekend of Sept. 18, has some heavy hitters lined up to play.
Other acts on this year’s bill include Death Cab for Cutie, Arctic Monkeys, Disclosure and CHVRCHES.
The Killers new holiday song isn’t set in any sort of winter wonderland instead it takes place in the sunshine state where you can become a star, but you’re going to need more than Santa’s help to get you there.
‘Just Another Girl’ is the second new song from the Killers’ upcoming greatest hits album, ‘Direct Hits.’ It follows the M83-assisted “Shot at the Night.”
Back before Brandon Flowers and the Killers stormed onto super-stardom, the singer was just another aspiring frontman sitting outside a local convenience store the very first time he heard his band played on the radio.
The Killers are gearing up for the release of their greatest hits package, ‘Direct Hits,’ but the band’s frontman has already got his sights set on a new project.
The clip features Australian actress Bella Heathcote (‘Dark Shadows’) as a hardworking hotel maid who has bigger dreams in her sights.
‘Direct Hits,’ out November 11, features 13-tracks spanning all four of the band’s records.
“There was a mutual thing like, ‘Yeah we think he’s good. We’ll try him out,’” Keuning told Radio.com. “It’s something we finally agreed with our label on.”
The Killers’ drummer Ronnie Vannucci has revealed that the Killers have collaborated in the studio with M83 mastermind Anthony Gonzalez on a new song.
While in London to receive the NME Award for Best International Band, The Killers‘ drummer Ronnie Vannucci spilled the beans on the band’s next album. “I hope there’s a new album soon,” Vannucci told U.K. […]
Topping last night’s amazing solo performances and duets, tonight’s live results show was a music extravaganza with performances from not only the top three finalists, but guest musical artists such as Bruno Mars, Avril Lavine, […]
“I never saw myself getting a chair to turn around so to make it to the Top 4 was a great accomplishment for me,” Trevin Hunte said.
The Killers are back in action with a gorgeous but pretty sad new video for the song “Miss Atomic Bomb,” featuring the band’s good buddy Eric Roberts reprising his role from the “Mr. Brightside” clip.
If you weren’t able to get out to Los Angeles for the concerts over the weekend, the station are thoughtfully streaming the show again today, Tuesday, December 11.
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A maniacal Santa gives up his reindeer and cookies for a Harley and a cigar. After forging weapons from steel, he heads out on the road to settle the score with The Killers.
As The Killers make their way across the U.S. promoting their latest album Battle Born, the Nevada-based foursome will once again play gift-giving elves by delivering a new Christmas song to all the little boys and girls.
Shot while on tour in the UK, “Miss Atomic Bomb” is the latest video from Battle Born. The video follows The Killers through weeks of touring, touting interesting behind-the-scenes shots.
Watch the band play new ones off their latest album, ‘Battle Born,’ and tackle some of their biggest hits from their previous three records.
During a Swedish television interview, Killers’ frontman Brandon Flowers is ambushed by an atheist professor with a pension for debating those with faith.
Despite the seeming alignment between The Killers’ and Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney’s faith and values, the band refuses to get political. Why?
The band says they changed their sound this time around by using analog synths.
The Killers Tap Legendary Director Werner Herzog For Webcast (And Don’t Mind Having Mitt Romney As A Fan)
Las Vegas drama kings the Killers are teaming up with the German director for an upcoming concert webcast. They’re also cool with Mitt Romney name-checking the band as a personal favorite.
As anticipation mounts for The KIllers’ Battle Born, available September 18th, the Las Vegas foursome have just debuted a video to accompany the album’s first single.
What does Carrot Top, Andre Agassi, Wayne Newton and a white tiger have in common? They’re all hanging out in The Killers’ Battle Born Studios, Las Vegas.
“We never knew what to do with it,” says singer Brandon Flowers.
Insiders who’ve heard it report that it is in the vein of “When You Were Young,” indicating the song has a more rock-leaning bent.