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Killers' single image released
And the music instrument playing band have also just let the image that will accompany the LP's lead single out into the waiting world.
It currently takes the form of the profile picture on the well-known group's Facebook page.
Featuring red lettering proclaiming the band's name and the word Runaways – the name of the single itself, for those who hadn't twigged – it presents a lightning bolt shaped object amid a desolate, mountainous and grey-skied landscape.
The Killers are set to appear at the music occasion V Festival alongside the likes of Chasing Cars band Snow Patrol and It's Not Unusual Crooner Tom Jones next month, according to the event's website.
The group is famed for tracks like Mr Brightside, Human and Somebody Told Me. Their past LPs include Sam's Town and Day & Age.
Published by AW.Posted on 3 Jul 2012 11:28 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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