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Released 13th August 2021.
SK says: "Wasting no time in following up last year's exuberant 'Imploding The Mirage' and once again enlisting Shawn Everett (The War on Drugs) and Jonathan Rado (Foxygen, Alex Cameron) to produce/co-write, the new album is an intense and personal affair which sees frontman Brandon Flowers unpack his small-town Utah upbringing- resident vox-pops bridge some of the album's songs, discussing dead-end jobs and level crossing accidents. The influence of Springsteen has long lingered over the Vegas band but this might be their most explicit homage to the downtrodden blue collar Boss of 'Nebraska' and 'The Ghost of Tom Joad'. Appearances from Nickel Creek fiddle maestro Sara Watkins and emo troubadour Phoebe Bridgers lend the album a folkier timbre, while longtime guitarist Dave Keuning returns to the band having sat out the previous record. Everett's mixing brings out the brightness of burnished acoustic guitars and vocal harmonies against the bleak lyrical portraits of working class America. The end result is a reflective and darkly compelling record whose light and shade means that when their trademark sonic bombast does kick in it really pops."
The Killers return with their seventh studio album Pressure Machine. The album is about the small town of Nephi, Utah where Brandon Flowers spent his youth. The songs are extremely personal and cover a spectrum of emotions in connection to growing up in a rural setting. The album will also include a collaboration with Phoebe Bridgers on one track. The Grammy-nominated band has won 3 Brit awards and an MTV Video Music Award and their classic song “Mr. Brightside” has logged over 5 years on the UK Official Singles Chart.