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Alternative-rock band The Killers knock them dead with singles like "Mr. Brightside," “Somebody Told Me,” and "When You Were Young"! Don't miss your chance to see Brandon Flowers and the rest of The Killers perform LIVE! Buy The Killers tickets now!
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The Killers Concert Tickets

When The Killers first burst on to radios in the early 2000s, there were few other rock bands quite like them. Their unique brand of synth-infused tunes has helped propel them to become one of the most popular bands of the last 10 years, and make The Killers tickets especially popular.

The Killers formed when lead singer Brandon Flowers left his original band in favor of a more rock-heavy sound. After recording several demos, the newly-created group released its debut album, 2004's Hot Fuss, to critical and commercial success. Paced by the tracks "Somebody Told Me," "Mr. Brightside" and "Smile Like You Mean It," the album became one of the most popular of 2004 and among the best of the decade. Coinciding with the band's tour to promote the album, they shared the stage at Coachella with Radiohead, Muse and Death Cab for Cutie.

Encouraged by the success of Hot Fuss, Flowers and The Killers did not let up. Their third album, 2008's Day & Age, continued the band's hot streak, when it cracked the Billboard 200 top 10 thanks to the hit single "Human."

Nearly a decade after the music world was first introduced to them, The Killers, remain a radio staple, and they are likely here to stay.