Why See The Killers?
The wonderful wonder Killers Hit The Road
The outfit behind the biggest ear worm of the Noughties ('Mr Brightside' anyone?) is back on the road in 2017 with brand new album Wonderful Wonderful, and hit single 'The Man' - bringing their previous infectious pop rock melodies along with them for good measure too. Bursting out of Nevada with their debut album Hot Fuss in in 2004, the quartet went on to sell 22 million albums internationally, becoming one of the most recognisable rock bands of the modern era. Catch them at in , ,
Led by enigmatic and endlessly stylish frontman Brandon Flowers, the Killers are no strangers to arena tours, filling stadiums with their high-energy anthemic rock, which was at first influenced by the retina-burning neon and hedonism of their hometown of Las Vegas. Nowadays their genre-bending songs have taken on the heartland rock of the American road (Sam's Town) and electro pop goodness of dance-rock (Day and Age).
Performance date: 15 January 2018
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