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The Killers 'to go back to their roots for next album'
Brandon Flowers, the lead singer in The Killers, has pledged to return to the band despite the success of his first solo album.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Flowers said he is looking forward to working with the rest of the electric guitar group again, even though he sold 100,000 copies of his new record Flamingo in just two days.
He stated that it is likely The Killers will return to the studio again next year, potentially alongside some of the people he worked with on Flamingo.
"I worked alongside producers with a view to using them with The Killers," said Flowers. "It's possible we'll work with at least one of them again. We'll go back to our roots."
Before he meets up with his bandmates again, Flowers is set to tour the UK next month, playing dates in a variety of cities including Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and London.
Posted on 11 Sep 2010 09:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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