The Killers set for Mexico return

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The Killers set for Mexico return
The Killers was created in Las Vegas – Photo: Taken from The Killers’ Facebook account

The Killers set for Mexico return

12/03/2020
14:24
Newsroom
Mexico City
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The American band has made a powerful comeback with a teaser for their sixth album

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The Killers have made a powerful comeback this Thursday asking the world to be careful with their new single “Caution,” which is a teaser for their sixth album “Imploding The Mirage.”

The group also announced it will return to Mexico with a concert in Mexico City's Foro Sol on November 29, two concerts at the Monterrey Arena on December 1 and 2, and another concert in Zapopan's March 3 Stadium on December 4.

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The band from Las Vegas has used fast keyboards and guitars that evoke “the sound of Manchester and Bruce Springsteen” that will be present in their next album, as revealed by The Killer’s vocalist Brandon Flowers in an interview with Q magazine.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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"Let me introduce you to the featherweight queen / She got Hollywood eyes, but she can't shoot what she sees/ Momma was a dancer, and that's all that she knew / 'Cause when you live in the desert that's what pretty girls do", The Killers sing in this single about evasion, dangerous love, and full of elements from the contemporary imaginary of the American west.

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With their new album set to be released on May 29, The Killers is set to visit Europe starting on May 26 at Doncaster, as well as two festivals next Summer in Spain, Bilbao BBK Live and Mad Cool in Madrid.

“Imploding The Mirage” will follow “Miracle, Miracle” (2017), the last album by The Killers, which in turn followed “Battle Born” (2012), “Day & Age" (2008), and the renowned albums “Sam's Town" (2006) and "Hot Fuss" (2004).

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Thanks to them and hits like “Mr. Brightside,” “Human,” or “When You Were Young,” The Killers have become one of the most successful bands of the 21st century with estimated sales of over 28 million copies.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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