RETURNING TO AUSTRALIA IN NOVEMBER 2020 ON THEIR
IMPLODING THE MIRAGE TOUR
+ BRAND NEW SINGLE ‘CAUTION’ RELEASED TODAY
+ SIXTH STUDIO ALBUM IMPLODING THE MIRAGE ANNOUNCED
Frontier Touring are thrilled to welcome The Killers back to Australia for four massive headline shows this November. This will be The Killers’ first time back on our shores since their 2018 Australasian tour which included ten completely sold-out arena shows.
The Australian leg of the Imploding The Mirage Tour kicks off at Brisbane Entertainment Centre on Wednesday 11 November, before visiting Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Saturday 14 November, Perth’s RAC Arena on Wednesday 18 November, and wrapping up with the band’s first Melbourne stadium show at AAMI Park on Saturday 21 November.
The Killers will tour our shores as part of the Imploding The Mirage 2020 tour, playing headline shows and festivals across the globe in celebration of their sixth studio album Imploding The Mirage (out Friday 29 May through Island Records/Universal Music Australia).
Today’s tour news coincides with the release of lead single ‘Caution’, the world’s first taste of Imploding The Mirage. The track is the band’s first new material since the January 2019 release of stand-alone single ‘Land Of The Free’. The official ‘Caution’ video will be released next week.
Imploding The Mirage was self-produced by the band in partnership with musical engineer Shawn Everett (The War On Drugs, Kacey Musgraves, Beck) and Foxygen multi-instrumentalist Jonathan Rado. The album as a whole is heavily influenced by the likes of Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel, Bruce Springsteen and New Order and promises something of a return to the Heartland Rock sounds of much-loved albums like Sam’s Town and Battle Born. The list of featured artists includes Lindsey Buckingham, kd lang, Weyes Blood, Adam Granduciel (War On Drugs), Blake Mills, and Lucius.
THE KILLERS AUSTRALIAN TOUR
Brisbane: Entertainment Centre – Wednesday 11 November
Sydney: Qudos Bank Arena – Saturday 14 November
Perth: RAC Arena – Wednesday 18 November
Melbourne: AAMI Park – Saturday 21 November