Pressure Machine (2021)
Cinematic and reflective new album from The Killers, which was inspired by frontman Brandon Flowers' return to his small and conservative home town in Utah.
Sam's Town (2006)
Stunning second album from the Killers, which proves to be far superior to their million and a half selling debut album 'Hot Fuss'
Mr Brightside (2004)
Impressively urgent third single from the Killers, Las Vegas' best new band
Somebody Told Me (2004)
Classic indie pop on second single from already highly collectable Las Vegas-based group, the Killers
Mr Brightside (2003)
Eclectic guitar rock from new American band, the Killers
John Clarkson speaks to guitarist Mark Taylor from Australian 70s punk act The Lipstick Killers about ‘Strange Flash’, their new double CD retrospective.
John Clarkson speaks to Steve Parsons abour the return of his band Sharks with a new album, 'Killers of the Deep' and first UK tour in forty-two years, and their plans to recreate their car, the Sharkmobile, with the aid of a Crowdfunding campaign
Isa and the Filthy Tongues
Edinburgh band Isa and the Filthy Tongues includes in its line-up former Goodbye Mr MacKenzie vocalist and guitarist, Martin Metcalfe, and American singer, Stacey Chavis. They talk about their recent single, which is the title track on the film 'New Town Killers', and their forthcoming second album
The frontman with 70s Scottish punk/new wave act the Skids, Richard Jobson is now the director of four feature films. He speaks to John Clarkson about his latest film, ‘New Town Killers’, upon which he makes his first new musical appearance in twenty years on the soundtrack, and also the Skids
In what is our second interview with him, John Clarkson speaks to Richard Neuberg from London-based Americana act Viarosa about his group's second album, 'Send For The Sea' and the developments in his song writing since their first album, 'Where the Killers Run'
Immortal Lee County Killers
Now in their third incarnation the Immortal Lee County Killers have just released a new album 'These Bones Will Rise to Love You Again'. In London Mark Rowland chats to singer Chetley Weis about it and the jazz greats.
Immortal Lee County Killers
Alabama punk blues duo the Immortal County Lee Killers have just released their second album 'Love is a Charm of Powerful Trouble'. Anthony Dhanendran meets with them at the end of the British leg of their first European tour to talk about it
Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
Manchester, Tennesee, 9/6/2018...10/6/2018
On the third and fourth day of the Bonnaroo Music Festival L. Paul Mann sees sets by Eminem, Nile Rodgers and Chic, Old Crow Medicine Show and the Killers, but concludes that festivals of its size are no longer defined by their headline acts.
The Sziget Festival in Europe has grown over the last fifteen years to being one of Europe's largest music festivals. New writer Marton Nagy watches mixed performances from acts such as the Killers, the Good, the Bad and the Queen, the Hives and Hungarian acts Bridge to Solace and Idoru
Immortal Lee County Killers III
Spitz, London, 15/9/2005
At the London Spitz Jamie Rowland enjoys a fantastic set from American blues punks the Immortal Lee County Killers, but finds his activities curtailed by the venue's late licence
Immortal Lee County Killers II
Spitz, London, 30/4/2005
On a hot night at the London Spitz, Dominic Simpson sees Alabama trio Immortal Lee County Killers play their own unique version of the Southern Mississippi fried blues
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Babylon, Ottawa, 29/6/2004
Jon Spencer has been playing his unique brand of the blues for nearly 20 years now. Andrew Carver watches him hold his audience enraptured in a long, sweaty set at Babylon in Ottawa
Immortal Lee County Killers 2
100 Club, London, 15/1/2004
Immortal Lee County Killers 2 look like they could be on the run from a Deep South penitentiary. New writer Daniel Cressey watches them "create some of the most viscerally exciting and downright loud blues available" at London's 100 Club
Wolverhampton Civic Hall
Okay so you can sneer that tonight’s audience members not only are clad in faded tour shirts bearing such legends as Saxon and Quiet Riot, their logos are actually tattooed into wrinkly skin. The intro tape may consist solely of Iron Maiden’s ‘Killers’ al
TV Music Memories
Killers 'Live from the Artists Den'
In the second in his new series 'TV Music Memories', in which he looks at television music programmes, Owen Peters watches a Killers concert film and interview, which was first shown in 2013 on the Sky Arts channel
BST Hyde Park
Darren Aston photographs the Killers, Elbow and Tears for Fears at a BST Hyde Park gig in London