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Distrustful Brandon Flowers
Brandon Flowers doesn't trust anyone in the music industry.
The former Killers frontman - who released his debut solo album 'Flamingo' last week - admitted while he tries to be optimistic about his career, the industry has taught him to be distrusting.
He explained: "Don't trust anyone. It's not a pretty business. I still try to be optimistic. I forget about everything and get back to normal when I go home, but when the cycle of working on a new record starts again it all comes back to me."
However, the 'Crossfire' hitmaker revealed he will reconvene the Killers next year, as he realised while recording his album on his own that the band "can't be replaced".
Brandon, 29, added to the Metro newspaper: "It was unusual. I tried to find the similarities. It's still making music and doing the best I can. The band can't be replaced; I worked with friends of mine who are great musicians on this. The producers were also all very capable musicians.
"We don't have a date set but it will be next year. I miss them sometimes. We've shared a lot of experiences together.
"When the blows come it's nice to have people there to share them with."Posted on 8 Sep 2010 10:00 to category : Music News
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