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The Killers performing in June 2018
|Origin||Las Vegas, Nevada, United States|
|Genres||Pop rock, alternative rock, new wave, post-punk revival, synthpop|
|Labels||Island, Vertigo, Marrakesh /Lizard King|
The Killers are an American rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada. Their songs include: "Somebody Told Me," "Mr. Brightside," "When You Were Young," "All These Things That I've Done", "Human" and "Spaceman." The Killers were formed in 2001 The Current Lineup Of The Band As A Trio Consists Of Brandon Flowers, who sings vocals and plays keyboards and also bass guitar; Mark Stoermer on bass guitar, guitar and vocals; and Ronnie Vannucci Jr., who plays drums and percussion. Original Lineup Also Includes Dave Keuning on the guitar and [[backing vocals|vocals]; Dell Neal, Matt Norcross, And Brian Havens. They released their first album, Hot Fuss, in 2004. Their second album, Sam's Town, was released in 2006. Their third album, Sawdust, was released in 2007. Their fourth album, Day & Age,was released in 2008. Their fifth album, Battle Born, was released in 2012. Their first two albums have sold more than 10 million copies. And fifth Album Wonderful Wonderful. and also the sixth album Imploding The Mirage In 2020.
In 4th August 2017 It was announced that Dave Keuning had left the killers after 15 years with the band, to pursue a solo career and which leaves Brandon Flowers, Mark Stoermer And Ronnie Vannucci Jr to continuing The Killers as a trio and would able to continuing music without him.
Band members[change | change source]
- Brandon Flowers – lead vocals, keyboards (2001–present); bass (2001; 2002–present)
- Mark Stoermer – bass, rhythm guitar, backing vocals (2002–present); lead guitar (2017–present)
- Ronnie Vannucci Jr. – drums, percussion, backing vocals (2002–present)
- Dave Keuning – lead guitar, backing vocals (2001–2017)
- Dell Neal – bass, backing vocals (2001–2002)
- Brian Havens – drums (2002)
- Mat Norcross – drums (2001–2002)
| name = The Killers | title = The Killers | state = autocollapse | bodyclass = hlist | background = group_or_band
| above =
- Dave Keuning
- Dell Neal
- Matt Norcross
- Brian Havens
| group1 = Studio albums | list1 =
| group2 = Compilation albums | list2 =
| group3 = Live albums | list3 =
| group4 = Extended plays | list4 =
| group5 = Singles | list5 =
- "Mr. Brightside"
- "Somebody Told Me"
- "All These Things That I've Done"
- "Smile Like You Mean It"
- "When You Were Young"
- "Read My Mind"
- "For Reasons Unknown"
- "The World We Live In"
- "A Dustland Fairytale"
- "Miss Atomic Bomb"
- "Here with Me"
- "Shot at the Night"
- "Just Another Girl"
- "The Man"
- "Run for Cover"
- "My Own Soul's Warning"
| group6 = Other songs | list6 =
- "Jenny Was a Friend of Mine"
- "Glamorous Indie Rock & Roll"
- "Wonderful Wonderful"
- "Some Kind of Love"
| group7 = Christmas songs | list7 =
- "A Great Big Sled"
- "Don't Shoot Me Santa"
- "Joseph, Better You than Me"
- "¡Happy Birthday Guadalupe!"
- "The Cowboys' Christmas Ball"
- "I Feel It in My Bones"
- "Christmas in L.A."
- "Joel the Lump of Coal"
- "Dirt Sledding"
- "I'll Be Home for Christmas"
| group8 = Concert tours | list8 =
- Hot Fuss Tour (2003–2005)
- Battle Born World Tour (2013–2014)
- Wonderful Wonderful World Tour (2017–2018)
| group9 = Related articles | list9 =
- Awards and nominations
- Battle Born Studios
- The Heavy Entertainment Show
- Ray Suen
- Tommy Marth
- Ted Sablay
- Ryan Pardey
- Big Talk
- Big Talk
- Another Life
- The Desired Effect
- Straight In No Kissin'
- Dark Arts