The American rock band The Killers, led by Brandon Flowers, have big plans for the future. In an interview with the magazine NME, the singer confirmed that the band will embark on an anniversary tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut album, “Hot Fuss.” The tour will begin in the summer of 2024 and will travel throughout the United States, Europe, and Latin America.
Flowers also spoke about his new solo album, which will be the follow-up to “Imploding the Mirage,” released in 2020. The singer said the new album is “more personal and honest” than his previous work. “I want to be authentic to who I am,” Flowers said. “I want to write music that is meaningful to me and my fans.”
Flowers did not give any further details about the new album, but he said he is working on it with producer Jonathan Rado, with whom he collaborated on “Imploding the Mirage.”
The Killers’ anniversary tour and Brandon Flowers’ new solo album are good news for fans of the band. The Killers are one of the most popular bands of the last decade, and their music has been praised for its energy and indie rock sound.
The band’s anniversary tour is sure to be a major event for fans. The Killers are known for their live performances, which are known for their energy and excitement. The tour is also likely to be a commercial success, as the band has a large and loyal fan base.
Flowers’ new solo album is also likely to be a success. The singer is a talented songwriter, and his previous solo work has been well-received by critics and fans alike. The new album is expected to be more personal and honest than Flowers’ previous work, which could make it even more appealing to fans.