May 13, 2010 7:00

The Killers' Brandon Flowers reveals solo album details – exclusive

Singer gives first solo album interview to NME

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The Killers' Brandon Flowers has revealed the initial details of his first solo album.

The frontman, speaking in the new issue of NME, out now, explained which producers he had been working with plus some song titles set for the album, which will be named 'Flamingo'.

He said that the songs 'Hard Enough' and 'Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas' were set for inclusion, with the former featuring guest vocals from Rilo Kiley singer Jenny Lewis.

Producers who had worked on the record include Stuart Price (Madonna, The Killers' 'Day & Age' album), Daniel Lanoid (Bob Dylan, U2) and Brendan O'Brien (Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen).

Flowers revealed his plans to go solo via a countdown clock on The Killers' official website.

The album is set for release in autumn, with Flowers saying that he is set to play solo shows, including gigs in the UK, around its release as well as festivals in 2011.

Get this week's issue of NME to read the full Brandon Flowers interview in which he discusses the album and the future of The Killers.

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