The Killers share “Spirit”

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The new compilation of The Killers, Rebel Diamondspresents an unreleased gem: “Spirit”, an anthem ready to conquer festivals.

This year, The Killers closes its twentieth anniversary with a flourish with the launch of Rebel Diamonds, a compilation that covers 20 tracks from the most established hits to lesser-known gems. Among them is the surprise “Spirit”a new addition that has left fans excited and which, according to the band, is destined to become an anthem sung at festivals around the world.

The Las Vegas band has taken a short break since their last album, Pressure Machineto give life to Rebel Diamondsa compilation that reviews his musical evolution since Hot Fuss until the present.

At the heart of this compilation is “Spirit”, an unreleased song that has generated great expectation among followers. When listening to it, fans will notice an unmistakable tribute to nineties electronic music. The letter of “Spirit” dives into existential themes, exploring life, dreams and the inevitable aging process.

Rebel Diamonds It’s not just about celebrating the past, but also looking to the future. The compilation, organized chronologically, offers a listening experience that allows you to reflect on the band’s musical evolution over the years. From classics like “Mr. Brightside” even lesser known gems like “Be Still” and “Dying Breed”the album is a comprehensive journey through the prolific career of The Killers.


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