Who’s the man.
And yep, they played ‘Mr Brightside’.
“Heavier than anything we’ve ever done.”
Their first album in five years!
Sam’s Town vibes.
Their first official single since 2012.
There’s a large chance they’ll do a better job than Meatloaf did.
We’re not crying, you’re crying!
And it looks like they might be collaborating on new music.
2016 continues to get stranger.
File under ‘things to watch when feeling sad’.
Two clashing international festivals have dropped some ‘in-your-face-Splendour’ lineups.
Elton’s still drawing inspiration from young artists.
There are so very, very many songs in the world, but only some of them remain popular for decades after they were first released. Remember, just because a track is a hit doesn’t mean it’s going to stick around (we’re looking at you Nickelback). In a search to discover which songs are the world’s most
If the prospect of New Order‘s first album in a decade was not enough to get you excited, September’s Music Complete will also feature rock royalty Iggy Pop, as well as Brandon Flowers of The Killers, and La Roux‘s Elly Jackson. Music Complete will be New Order’s first album without Joy Division co-founder Peter Hook,
Brandon Flowers has suggested that his band The Killers could very well be the best musical group of the 21st century, despite previously saying the band’s 2012 album Battle Born “wasn’t good enough”. In a recent interview with The Independent, Flowers made it clear that despite his various solo projects, his faith in The Killers
The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers has assured fans the Las Vegas group will be back in the future, saying they have to make another album because their last one “wasn’t good enough.” The Killers released their last album, Battle Born, in September 2012, and brought it to Australia the following year. Reception to the record
Over the years Kanye West has done a solid job promoting himself as a genius, but The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers isn’t buying any of it. Flowers has been openly critical of Yeezy in the past, and it seems that his opinion hasn’t changed in nearly a decade. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone,
Since 2006 The Killers have made an annual tradition of composing and releasing a Christmas single for the AIDS awareness organisation (RED) and this year they’ve teamed up with comedian Jimmy Kimmel for the track Joel, the Lump of Coal. Dubbed by Kimmel himself as “the greatest holiday song ever recorded by non-chipmunks” the sentimental