The Killers Share New Songs After Postponing UK Tour

30th April 2020 | Category: Concerts

After releasing lead single ‘Caution‘, last month, the Killers continued sharing new songs that are set to appear on the band’s next album. 

Their upcoming album ‘Imploding The Mirage’ is being delayed from late May to an unspecified date in 2020.

The band debuted a new song called ‘Dying Breed’ in their Instagram Live stream on April 24th. Brandon Flowers and Ronnie Vannucci Jr Read played the new song and also teased 30 seconds of another new song, ‘My Own Soul’s Warning’.

The next they appeared on CBS This Morning for the show’s recurring Saturday Sessions segment. 

While on the show they took the opportunity to share an unreleased track called ‘Blowback’.

Filmed at Flowers’ Utah home, the two also performed lead single ‘Caution’ and a cover of Tom Petty’s ‘The Waiting’.

Earlier this week, The Killers shared the new song ‘Fire In Bone’ along with announcing rescheduled UK stadium tour dates for summer 2021.

Speaking to NME, frontman Brandon Flowers said that it captures the essence of the new album as a whole, of “tapping into the universe”.

“That’s my take on the unicorn entering the room or lightning striking,” he added. 

“I’ve been lucky enough to have that experience a lot in my life. I’m grateful and I’m thankful for it, but it reminded me of the first album when those moments happened a lot. “It winks at you and you’re hooked. You just want to chase it.”

The Killers were to go on a UK and Ireland stadium tour in support of ‘Imploding The Mirage’ next month. However, the dates were postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis. 

The band will head out on their UK stadium tour across May and June 2021, joined on specific dates by Blossoms, Sam Fender, and Manic Street Preachers.

You will be able to find the tickets for their future shows here.

The Killers Imploding The Mirage Tour 2021

Show date and time: May 25, 2021 – June 16, 2021

Show location: Doncaster Keepmoat Stadium – Dublin Malahide Castle

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