The Killers have announced an Australian headline tour set to begin in November.
In celebration of their forthcoming sixth studio album, ‘Imploding The Mirage’, the Las Vegas rock band will set out on a four-date tour of the country beginning in Brisbane on Wednesday, November 11. This will be the band’s first appearances here since their sold-out arena tour in 2018.
The new album, produced by the band alongside engineer Shawn Everett, is “heavily influenced by the likes of Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel, Bruce Springsteen and New Order”, they band said in a press statement.
For the record, The Killers also enlisted guest artists such as K.D. Lang and The War On Drugs frontman Adam Granduciel.
Coinciding with the tour announcement, the band have also released a brand-new single titled ‘Caution’. Check it out below.
‘Imploding The Mirage’ is the follow up to 2017’s ‘Wonderful Wonderful’, which peaked at number one on both the ARIA Album charts and US Billboard 200.
The Killers first hit the scene in 2004 with their debut album ‘Hot Fuss’, featuring hit singles ‘Mr. Brightside’ and ‘Somebody Told Me’. It drew the band international acclaim and widespread success, selling over 25 million copies of the album to date.
‘Imploding The Mirage’ is out Friday May 29 via Universal Music Australia.
Tickets for The Killers’ ‘Imploding The Mirage’ tour are on sale Monday, March 23.
The Killers’ Australia tour dates are:
Brisbane, Entertainment Centre (November 11)
Sydney, Qudos Bank Arena (14)
Perth, RAC Arena (18)
Melbourne, AAMI Park (21)