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Killers added to iTunes festival line-up
Brandon Flowers and co have already got their music instruments out for an appearance at V Festival and will now perform at the free showcase at the Camden Roundhouse next month.
They will join the likes of Usher, Norah Jones, Emeli Sande, Plan B and David Guetta who will also perform at the event.
The Killers will be taking to the Roundhouse stage on September 11th, shortly after their set at London's HMV Forum.
The group's performances will be a good showcase for material from their new album Battle Born which hits shelves on September 17th.
Speaking about the release previously, Flowers told NME: "On this record we've taken what we've acquired from playing all these shows on the road.
"That experience and that fire I guess from playing so many live shows, and we've applied that to songwriting. I don't think we've ever done that before."
Published by AWPosted on 22 Aug 2012 16:41 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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