THE KILLERS “Rebel Diamonds” the new “best of” album

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“Rebel Diamonds” is the new “best of” album by The Killers, a record that brings together two decades of career. It is present inside the album Spiritthe new single from the album.

The Killers, who have just announced new dates for their upcoming tour, Rebel Diamonds Tour 2024, release their “best of” album including the classics “Mr. Brightside”, “When You Were Young”, “All These Things That I’ve Done”, “Human”, Read My Mind” and more, up to the band’s latest single, “Your Side of Town”, acclaimed by critics and the new single, “Spirit”.

The highlights album contains at least one song from each of the band’s seven albums.

From the groundbreaking debut of “Hot Fuss,” which went gold in Italy and will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2024, to the band’s latest LP, released in 2021, “Pressure Machine,” “Rebel Diamonds” showcases the versatility and the group’s strong ability to remain in the ever-evolving alternative music landscape.

The collection is made up of songs that embody what The Killers are as a band, as well as including some of their favorite songs, tracks like “Be Still”, from the 2012 album “Battle Born” or “Dying Breed”, from 2020’s “Imploding The Mirage” album and finally from “A Dustland Fairytale” to 2008’s “Day & Age,” which the band recently re-recorded and performed with Bruce Springsteen.





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