The Killers have recorded four songs for their next album, tenatively titled Battle Born.
Speaking to in the new issue of Q (Q302), which is on sale now, Brandon Flowers explained that the Las Vegas band have been working in their hometown.
"I think we want to get back to the music that is really us," the singer explained of the feel of the new material, adding that recording in Vegas was not only inspiring their music, but it was having an impact on their lyrics too.
"I am writing about the world that I really know," he declared of the songs so far which currently includes a seven-and-a-half minute epic called The Slot Tech.
Get the latest issue of Q (Q302) for the full story on The Killers' recording plans, along with a cover comeback interview with Red Hot Chilli Peppers and the 2011 Hot List, which charts the artists who will dominate the rest of this year.
Plus stay tuned to Qthemusic.com for a Q&A interview with the band's drummer Ronnie Vannucci coming soon.
10:21 AM | 28/07/2011
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