The Killers' bassist Mark Stoermer gives away solo album as free download

You can get the bassist's solo offering 'Another Life' in full and for free

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The Killers' bassist Mark Stoermer has announced that he will be giving away his debut solo album as a free download.

The album, which is titled 'Another Life' is available to download free from Stoermer's official website Markstoermer.com.

The album, which is only downloadable for free for a limited time, will also be available for purchase on CD and vinyl in the coming weeks.

You can also hear three tracks from the album, 'Everyone Loves The Girl', 'The Way We Were Before' and 'Amber Bough' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

Stoermer becomes the third member of The Killers to release a solo album. Frontman Brandon Flowers released his solo album 'Flamingo' in 2010 and drummer Ronnie Vanucci released his solo album 'Big Talk' earlier this year.

The Killers are currently working on their fourth studio album.

The tracklisting for 'Another Life' is as follows:

'Weary Soul'
'Shadow In A Dream'
'Everyone Loves The Girl'
'Need A Hand'
'Amber Bough'
'The Way We Were Before'
'The Haunts'
'No Time'
'There Is No Is'
'Another Life'


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