The Killers announce two tiny London club shows

Las Vegas band play London's Scala on June 22 and 23

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The Killers will play two intimate shows at London’s Scala next week, before they headline Hard Rock Calling in Hyde Park on June 24.

Taking place on June 22 and 23, the Scala shows will be the band’s first UK shows in nearly two years. Going on general sale today (June 14) at midday, the tickets have already been made available to members of the band’s fanclub.

The band have started writing their fourth studio album - their first since 2008’s ‘Day And Age’ - and will pick up the process after their three London gigs.

Last year Brandon Flowers released his first solo album, ‘Flamingo’, which went to the top of the Official UK Albums Chart. His bandmate Ronnie Vannucci is due to follow in his footsteps, putting out his own solo release, Big Talk, on July 11.

The Killers play:

London The Scala (June 22,23)
London Hyde Park (June 24)


To check the availability of The Killers tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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