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More tour action from The Killers
Previously revealed to be gigging at a collection of locations in the UK, including Sheffield, Glasgow and London, the music instruments playing group have since been revealed to be bringing even more tour action to these shores.
While Birmingham was due to get an October 31st Halloween gig, it has since been revealed to be getting a second come November 1st.
And while Manchester had been lined up for a November 13th performance, another on October 14th will also be taking place, it has emerged.
The Killers have been behind such albums as Day & Age and Hot Fuss, and they have another due out this month.
Coming out on September 17th, it's called Battle Born and contains currently available single Runaways, alongside the likes of The Way It Was, Flesh and Bone and The Rising Tide.
Arguably the most famous songs by The Killers – who are fronted by Brandon Flowers – include Mr Brightside and Human.
Published by AW.Posted on 10 Sep 2012 13:54 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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