The Killers send message from studio

Band give cryptic clue to how their second album is going

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The Killers have given a cryptic hint as to their progress towards their second album.

The band are currently working on a follow-up to 2004's debut ‘Hot Fuss’ with producers Flood and Alan Moulder, and have communicated with fans from inside the studio via their website, Islandrecords.com/thekillers.

Posted on March 15, The Killers uncredited comment is upbeat but odd, simply saying:

“Keep your chins up children. The chariots are charging. And in the church of the cherubim and the chatty, the chants that chime are kept in a case.”

However American fans are likely to get a more substantial update from the band when they leave their studio on March 25.

The band are set to headline the Ultra Music Festival in Miami, where it us believed they will road test some of their new material.

Hard-Fi, The Prodigy and Hot Hot Heat are also among the acts playing at the festival which is part of Miami’s Winter Music Conference.

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