The Killers are coming to Orlando

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PHOTO VIA THE KILLERS/FACEBOOK
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After five years in the shadows, the Killers are coming back with a new album and a tour to match.

American rock band the Killers will play Orlando's Hard Rock Live on Jan. 24. Their album Wonderful Wonderful, announced last month, will be released on Sept. 22.



The Killers' synth and distorted guitar-fueled tunes have graced our ears for years, and their newest album is expected to be another well-seasoned masterpiece. Fans were excited to see the release of part of the tracklist on their Twitter on Wednesday.

Wonderful Wonderful Tour stops include dates at some pretty big festivals (including Austin City Limits and Lollapalooza) and multiple arenas, so the Orlando date is one of the more intimate performances.
The November portion of the tour will feature dates across the pond, where every single show is already sold out, so tickets for the North American dates might get snatched up rather quickly.



Members of their fan club, aka Current Victims, will have access to presales via email on Aug. 9. Regular ticket sales to the general public begin on Aug. 11.

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