The Killers to drop Day & Age in November

September 15, 2008  |  5:15pm
On Nov. 25, The Killers will release their third studio album, Day & Age, on Island Records. The album, which will be produced by Stuart Price, is the band's follow-up to the widely-acclaimed 2004 breakout Hot Fuss, and the 2006 homeland tribute Sam's Town.

Frontman Brandon Flowers has confirmed a number of song titles, including "Goodnight, Travel Well", "Starman," "Joyride", "Neon Tiger," "I Can't Stay", "Losing Touch" and "Human," which will be the album's first single.

Flowers has a big vision for the band's future. "To be honest, every time we make a record, I just hope I can write another 'When You Were Young,'" he told The Independent, referring to the Killers' 2006 chart-topper. "Does this record do that? That's not for me to say, but there are songs on there I do think are pretty... special."

Related links:
The Killers on MySpace
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