The Killers introduced their new album to US tv this week – watch them play ‘Blowback’ on Colbert beneath.
The monitor seems on the now-trio’s new album ‘Imploding The Mirage’, which got here out yesterday (August 21).
‘Imploding The Mirage’ was delayed from its deliberate April launch date as a result of coronavirus pandemic, however has lastly arrived.
Watch Brandon Flowers and co play ‘Blowback’ beneath.
In a five-star evaluate of ‘Imploding The Mirage’, NME wrote: “In persevering with ‘Wonderful Wonderful’’s atmospheric experimentation with canyon rock enormity, The Killers have made one other dazzling assertion of ultra-modern pomp, and one arguably much more in keeping with new generations of alt-rock.
“It’s a musical DeLorean: rooted in mainstream Americana but speeding into adventurous horizons.”
The band appeared on the quilt of NME this week for a Massive Learn interview, the place they mentioned ‘Imploding The Mirage’, the band’s historical past and up to date allegations of backstage sexual misconduct by crew on a 2009 tour.
“I know about what bad men can do to women. I would never turn a blind eye to that,” frontman Brandon Flowers informed NME of the scenario, which was topic to an inside investigation that discovered “no corroboration” of the allegations.
“I feel relieved that we were actually able to get to the bottom of it, actually find this woman and make sure that she was OK,” Flowers added. “The most important thing is that there was no assault. That’s just nothing but relief. From what we see backstage, the people we hire and the people in the band, we’ve never witnessed anything like that happen. If something like that did happen, we would want to know.”