The Killers will unveil two new tracks as part of their first ever 'best of' album, 'Direct Hits'.
The Killers will unveil two new tracks on their 'Direct Hits' album.
The 'Somebody Told Me' band are releasing their first ever greatest hits in November - drawing the biggest tracks from their four studio albums - which will include two new recordings, 'Shot At The Night' and 'Just Another Girl'.
The band have come a long way from their first show in the England - their first outside of North America - in 2003, when they had trouble even fitting on the stage at London's tiny Dublin Castle bar.
Recalling the experience, singer Brandon Flowers told The Sun newspaper: ''British bands have had such a huge impact on us, so we were excited at that gig, but really intimidated too. I remember I fell on my ass during 'Jenny Was a Friend of Mine' the stage was so small.''
Since then the band - completed by Dave Keuning, Mark Stoermer and Ronnie Vannucci, Jr. - have sold more than 20 million albums and headlined the 90,000 capacity Wembley Stadium in London.
A deluxe edition of 'Direct Hits' will also be released, including an original demo of 'Mr Brightside' as well as a new remix of 'When You Were Young' by Calvin Harris.
'Direct Hits' standard edition tracklisting:
1. 'Mr Brightside'
2. 'Somebody Told Me'
3. 'Smile Like You Mean It'
4. 'All These Things That I've Done'
5. 'When You Were Young'
6. 'Read My Mind'
7. 'For Reasons Unknown'
10. 'A Dustland Fairytale'
12. 'Miss Atomic Bomb'
13. 'The Way It Was'
14. 'Shot at the Night'
15. 'Just Another Girl'
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