Brandon Flowers Confirms The Killers will Release New Music in 2017Flowers also talked about the band's new Christmas single, "I'll Be Home for Christmas."
The Killers Release Christmas Album 'Don't Waste Your Wishes'The Killers just revealed the festive track "I'll Be Home for Christmas" and announced the arrival of the new album 'Don't Waste Your Wishes.'
The Killers Share Previously Unreleased Track 'Peace of Mind'Check out the unreleased cut from the 'Sam's Town' sessions.
The Killers Cover Bob Dylan's 'Blowin' in the Wind'The Killers performed at The Lake Tahoe Summit—a meeting of global environmentalists and lawmakers—and delivered their take on Bob Dylan's classic "Blowin' in the Wind."
Mark Stoermer Flexes Musical Muscles with 'Dark Arts' Solo AlbumThe Killers bassist set out to make a solo album that he was proud of and after one listen it's clear the obsession paid off. Every sonic detail tells a story.
Killers' Ontario Show Features New Song, Interpol CoverDuring a show at a casino in Ontario, Canada The Killers covered "Obstacle 1" from Interpol and played a new song.
Watch The Killers' New Christmas Video 'Dirt Sledding'It looks as though Santa has gotten carried away with handing out coal in the Killer's new clip.
Brandon Flowers: The Killers Don't Get Their Due, Are One of the Best Recent Bands“Whether the people want to accept it or not, we might be the best band in the last long time."
Stream Brandon Flowers of the Killers' New Solo Album 'The Desired Effect'Get an advanced listen to the latest from the Killers' frontman before the official May 19 release date.
Things Get a Little Stalkery in Brandon Flowers' 'Lonely Town' Video: WatchBrandon Flowers is nowhere to be seen in his new video for "The Lonely Town," but that doesn't mean he isn't there watching you in the shadows.
Brandon Flowers, Contemporary AdultWith his latest solo album, 'The Desired Effect,' Brandon Flowers says he's making pop music for adults. Mostly because, someone has to.
Brandon Flowers Gets Handsy in New 'Still Want You' Video: WatchBrandon Flowers goes for stark black & white in the video for his latest solo single, "Still Want You."