The Killers Australia tour 2022

Gloria Brancatisano / November 5, 2021

The Killers announce outdoor shows on huge 2022 Australia tour

Is there anything more perfect than shouting along to The Killers in the sunshine?

Get your dancing shoes ready because American rockers The Killers are heading our way in 2022.

The November and December tour dates will be The Killers’ first time back on our shores since their 2018 Australasian tour, which included ten sold-out arena shows. But the band did give us a little taste about what we can expect from the tour when they headlined Splendour In The Grass’s virtual festival, Splendour XR earlier this year.

As well as playing arenas in major capital cities, they will also perform two unforgettable a day on the green shows alongside an outdoor show at some of Australia’s most beautiful wineries.

Talk about the perfect way to experience The Killers’ incredible catalogue of hits.

The Killers 2022 Australia Tour Dates

  • December 3, 2022, – Peter Lehmann | Barossa Valley SA
  • December 10, 2022, – Mt Duneed Estate | Geelong VIC
  • December 17, 2022, – Hope Estate | Hunter Valley NSW

Tickets go on sale from Monday 15 November @ 2pm (local)

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When do tickets for The Killers’ Australian tour go on sale?

  • MY TICKETMASTER PRESALE (FOR SA & VIC ONLY): Friday 12 November @ 2pm (local) until Saturday 13 November @ 2pm (local)
  • A DAY ON THE GREEN MEMBERS PRESALE (FOR SA & VIC ONLY): Thursday 11 November @ 1pm (local) until Friday 12 November @ 1pm (local)
  • FRONTIER TOURING MEMBERS PRESALE (FOR NSW ONLY): Thursday 11 November @ 1pm (local) until Friday 12 November @ 1pm (local)
  • GENERAL PUBLIC ONSALE (ALL DATES): Monday 15 November @ 2pm (local)

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The Killers will tour our shores as part of their 2022 Imploding The Mirage World Tour, which will see the band playing headline shows and festivals across the globe in celebration of their sixth album, the ARIA #1  Imploding The Mirage .

Earlier this year, while touring was still on hold due to the ongoing pandemic, The Killers released their seventh studio album, the quieter, character-study-driven album,  Pressure Machine .  The resulting record is an aural document of growing up, and living, in the American Southwest.

So it’s safe to say that alongside classic hits like ‘Mr Brightside’, ‘When We Were Young’, ‘Human’, ‘The Man’, and ‘Bones’, The Killers have got a stack of new music to show Australian fans.

Since bursting on to the scene in 2004 with their double platinum debut album Hot Fuss, The Killers have gone on to sell over 30 million albums worldwide and headline some of the biggest festivals and stages in the world – cementing their place in music fans hearts and playlists in every corner of the globe.

Don’t miss your chance to see The Killers perform in these special, not-to-be-missed outdoor concerts when they land on Australian shores in 2022.

The Killers will bring their new albums Imploding The Mirage and Pressure Machine to Australian stages in November and December 2022. Tickets are on sale via Ticketmaster.com.au.

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When are The Killers touring Australia?

The Killers will bring their Imploding The Mirage Tour to Australia in November and December 2022. They will play three special outdoor concerts:

  • South Australia – Saturday 3 December | Peter Lehmann, Barossa Valley
  • Victoria – Saturday 10 December |  Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong
  • New South Wales – Saturday 17 December | Hope Estate, Hunter Valley

When do tickets for The Killers Australia tour go on sale?

The Killers will bring their new albums Imploding The Mirage and Pressure Machine to Australian stages in November and December 2022. Tickets go on sale to the general public from Monday 15 November @ 2pm (local) via Ticketmaster.com.au.

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Be sure to follow the above tips to ensure you have the best chance of snapping up some tickets.

We’ve said it before, we’ll say it again: The Killers Australian tour tickets go on general sale from Monday 15 November @ 2pm (local) via Ticketmaster.com.au.

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Due to high ticket demand, Frontier Touring and The Killers are thrilled to announce a second Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena show for Wednesday 14 December on the Imploding The Mirage Tour 2022.  The first Rod Laver Arena show on Tuesday 13 December is now sold out.

Frontier Members can access pre-sale tickets for this new Melbourne show from 1pm local Thursday 25 November ahead of the General public on-sale Friday 26 November at 2pm local.  Tickets via frontiertouring.com/thekillers

The Killers will now play a huge 10 dates across Australia and New Zealand with a mix of arena and outdoor shows in November-December 2022; kicking off in Auckland, and travelling to Christchurch, Barossa Valley, Brisbane, Perth, Geelong, Melbourne, Hunter Valley before wrapping in Sydney.

The Killers will tour our shores as part of the Imploding The Mirage Tour 2022 , playing headline shows and festivals across the globe in celebration of their sixth studio album, the critically-acclaimed ARIA #1 album Imploding The Mirage (out now through Island Records/Universal Music Australia) and it’s lead single ‘Caution’ .

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The Killers Are Returning To Australia To Play Huge Winery Shows & We’re In A Hot Fuss Already

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Yep, you read that extremely right – The Killers are returning to Australia for a massive tour, including their first run at winery shows wineries in the Barossa and Hunter valleys, and Victoria’s surf coast wine region. You bloody beauty.

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The iconic Las Vegas band is bringing their huge Imploding The Mirage tour to our shores at the end of 2022 – quite literally one year from now – and spending a near month tripping around Australia and NZ to play a shitload of area shows and winery spots.

They’ll be kicking things off at Spark Arena in Auckland on November 21, then playing Christchurch Arena on November 25, before jumping across the ditch to Brisbane Entertainment Centre and then sending it around the country to perform our national anthem (‘Mr Brightside’) to everyone right across the country.

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Close your eyes and just imagine it: it’s the 3rd of December, it’s golden hour at the Peter Lehmann winery in the Barossa Valley, you’ve necked half a bottle of wine, and they’re kicking into the first riff of ‘When You Were Young’. Everything is suddenly right in the world, and there’s nothing that could spoil the pure serotonin that’s thrumming through your body.

Tickets for these frankly massive shows are on sale from 2pm local time on Monday, November 15, with cheeky presales happening for both the Day On The Green shows and the larger Frontier touring run.

So alert all your mates and get ready to witness some of the largest singalongs to ‘Mr Brightside’ you’ve ever fucking seen. God it’s good to be back.

The Killers Imploding The Mirage Australia & NZ Tour 2022

Mon 21 November Spark Arena, Auckland, NZ

Fri 25 November Christchurch Arena, Christchurch, NZ

Tue 29 November Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, QLD

Sat 3 December Peter Lehmann, Barossa Valley, SA (Lic. All Ages)

Tues 6 December RAC Arena, Perth, WA

Sat 10 December Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong, VIC (Lic. All Ages)

Tues 13 December Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC

Sat 17 December Hope Estate, Hunter Valley, NSW

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[Review] The Killers @ Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne 13/12/2022

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It wasn’t quite the summers night we were expecting but the fans turned out in force united by their love of music. The wait had been long, four very long years in fact, but the time had arrived, and The Killers were playing in Melbourne for the first of two capacity shows at Rod Laver Arena on their Imploding The Mirage tour. Hot off the back of their open-air show at Mt Duneed Estate Geelong which wrapped up to rave reviews, I was keen to see what all the fuss was about. Plenty had turned out early to nab a prime position, myself included, and I was thankful I did, as the crowd started packing in swiftly behind me.

Opening the coveted support slot was Alex Cameron who was looking the goods in his three-piece suit and definitely gave off the Brian Ferry vibes. Strutting through a 45 minute set he kept the fans entertained with lots of cheeky banter, endlessly reminding us of this sax player and business partner Roy Molloy and his backing vocalist/keyboard player Jess Parsons . He was shown plenty of appreciation from the ever-expanding crowd as he belted out songs such as Miami Memory and Sarah Jo. A terrific addition that had RLA singing along was a cheeky cover of Island’s In The Stream which was very well received. Having co-wrote quite a few tracks with The Killers he was quite comfortable on stage and had plenty of fans up front singing along to his songs.

Feeling well warmed up it was time to move on to the main event, the one we were all waiting for, Las Vegas rockers The Killers ! The anticipation was building and the energy quite frenetic as the lights dropped to squeals of delight and the band filled the stage. Bursting out bringing the stage to life was vocalist Brandon Flowers was straight to it with My Own Soul’s Warning followed closely by Interlude. The stage was awash with lights, projections on the giant screens and confetti cannons turning Rod Laver into quite the spectacle as we were coated in the colourful offerings as they descended in slow motion. When You Were Young got the floor bouncing and showed just how tight The Killers are as a live band, Brandon making use of every corner of the stage as he delivered the mega hit with gusto. There was no time for chat between songs, packing in as much as they could in their allotted time, Jenny Was A Friend of Mine, Smile Like You Mean It and Shot At The Night flying out in rapid fire.

Human was coupled with intriguing videos on the big screen, covered with tiny boxes filled with dancing figures it was quite captivating.   Spaceman really hit the mark with Brandon easily making the transition from keyboard to launching off risers in a heartbeat. Engaging with the crowd on every level, and ripping out that stunning smile on autopilot, Somebody Told Me turned up the heat with red lights, smoke machines and lasers cutting a wicked picture across the stage, the energy was palpable in the arena as the floor moved as one collective group. Runaways gave us all a chance to catch our breath before we all welcomed a sing-a-long of “we can’t wait ‘til tomorrow” on repeat as Brandon told us to “think about it” it felt like a special moment and one I was glad to be a part of.

Another huge hit was Caution off the 2020 Imploding The Mirage album , this came complete with the whole rear of the stage igniting in sparklers projected out via baby smoke cannons, this was not just a feast for your eyes it was a whole banquet and we could not get a seat at the table quick enough.   All These Things That I’ve Done had all our voices primed and ready for ‘I’ve got soul, but I’m not a soldier’ which echoed back across Rod Laver as the masses didn’t miss an opportunity to be involved in this amazing spectacle as green and gold confetti exploded over us. With a speedy exit from the stage, it was time to start the chants and clapping to draw them back out, and it didn’t take long as they returned with The Man. With the arena on their feet, it was a glorious encore as the confetti cannons shot out million-dollar bills with Brandon’s picture showing he really is ‘The Man’ and of course I pocketed a few for prosperity’s sake. Bling (Confession of a King) from Sam’s Town was next up then the one we had all been waiting for Mr Brightside . Starting with a slower remix of the song I was left wanting but not for long as they jumped into the OG radio version and boy oh boy did Rod Laver erupt. Hands in the air, punters bouncing in unison, it was the perfect end to a spectacular live show and I now see why The Killers are one of the worlds biggest bands.

If you are yet to catch The Killers DO NOT miss this opportunity there are just a few shows left on the tour, so get out and see some live music and I guarantee the memory will make you Smile Like You Mean It for years to come!

Wed 14 Dec, 2022 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne - Lic. All Ages

Sat 17 Dec, 2022 Hope Estate, Hunter Valley - Lic. All Ages

Mon 19 Dec, 2022 Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney - Lic. All Ages

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Mon 19 Dec, 2022 Liberty Hall, Sydney - 18+

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The killers ready for melbourne: ‘we excel at being a really good live band’.

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The Killers are coming to Melbourne, Geelong and the Barossa Valley in 2022. We spoke to the band as tickets go on sale to their Australian invasion.

The closing of line of Vegas rockers, The Killers, impeccable 2006 album  Sam’s Town  offers, “It’s good to have you with us / even if it’s just for the day…”

The Killers are joining us for more than just a day…A Day On The Green that is. Yes, that’s right, The Killers are making their debut at A Day On The Green 2022 at Geelong’s Mt Duneed Estate on Saturday 10 December, and Peter Lehmann in the Barossa Valley on Sat 3 December.

The announcement comes with the rescheduling of their 2020  Imploding The Mirage World Tour , which will see the stadium rockers return to Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena next December .

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Originally announced for 2020 to coincide with their sixth studio album,  Imploding The Mirage , which brought us belters ‘Caution’, ‘Blowback’ and the stage ready ‘My Own Soul’s Warning’, the  Imploding The Mirage World Tour  became a Covid casualty.

“We’ve played a few songs and we’ve done a string of dates here in the States – did I just write a song? – and we played a few tracks and it felt really good, songs like ‘Dying Breed’ and of course ‘Caution’ but there are so many more we want to step into and play for people,” explains The Killers drummer, Ronnie Vannucci.

“We had this thing all thought out, everyone has their own problems with this Covid thing, but we were getting excited to be playing all of these songs and then the sky fell and here we are a few years later.”

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As fans patiently lined the live music waiting room, the glamorous indie rock and rollers gifted fans another album and childhood documentation,  Pressure Machine , released August this year which included a collaboration from Phoebe Bridges on ‘Runaway Horses’. Whilst combining album tours would cover the old ‘kill two bird’ scenario, Vannucci says they will allow each album to have their own breathing space.

“We talked about it. Some of the songs on  Pressure Machine , we owe it to those songs to give them their own venue almost, others we’ve adapted for the live show. I would like to have a night where we could dedicate a mood to a specific venue and play  Pressure Machine  as well as do alternate versions of other songs that we have in our pocket. But we will see – we sort of turn on a dime and go with what makes the most sense and feels the most organic,” says Vannucci.

Over the years, The Killers have graced our shores for a multitude of performances from festival appearances including Big Day Out in 2013, to sold out stadium tours, and even offering a stellar hits medley as the AFL Grand Final entertainment in 2017, each time stepping up their energetic live performance and production. This time around they want a generous blend of drama and raw performance.

“We have a few ideas. We keep dreaming really really big and talking crazy production and we always sort of end up yanking it back because we feel like it’s too many smoke and mirrors so I think we will find a nice middle ground to settle on,” he says.

“One of the things we excel at is being a really good live band – people see us play live and when they see us, they like it. So many times when you get into talking to people in production they want to do something so fantastic that the personnel; the people; on stage are forgotten about. We don’t want that, we want to be part of the whole transformation from real life to this two hour getaway for people to see, but we don’t want them to show up and watch a fucking movie. We want them to see us play.”

The ‘Mr Brightside’ birthers’ world domination came after their monumental debut album  Hot Fuss , and following a set on Californian teen drama, The OC. Rachel Bilson (Summer Roberts) and Melinda Clark (Julia Cooper) have been taking fans down nostalgia drive on their latest podcast,  Welcome To The OC, Bitches , whilst exploring the fabric of the show; the beloved music selection.

“I’ve had a refresher in this, I hadn’t seen this in almost 20 years – I think we did it in 2004, 2005 maybe when or even before  Hot Fuss  was released – my wife showed it to me. I was away and she was rewatching episodes of The O.C. and was like ‘holy shit you’re on here’, and I was like ‘oh yeah’. I don’t think I would say that we were part of this big thing but I remember thinking TV is changing. I think it was the first time that a show and its musical director were really paying attention to what a young person was thinking and it started this trend of it being okay to be included in a TV show. It was a game-changer.”

It certainly incited a mass of fans to smile like they mean it and offered the notion that everything will be alright. But you won’t be alright if you miss out on seeing them in our own backyard.

General public tickets go on sale Monday 15 November at 2pm for the Geelong show. Caution: they will go quickly!   You can find your tickets  here . 

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Frontier Touring are thrilled to welcome The Killers back to Australia and New Zealand for a massive nine-date mix of arena and outdoor shows on their Imploding The Mirage Tour 2022 in November-December. Originally announced in 2020 when COVID first halted worldwide touring, this will be The Killers’ first time back on our shores since their 2018 Australasian tour which included ten completely sold-out arena shows.

The Australia and New Zealand leg of the ‘Imploding The Mirage Tour 2022’ kicks off at Auckland’s Spark Arena on Monday 21 November, then down to Christchurch Arena, before visiting Brisbane Entertainment Centre, over to Peter Lehmann for an outdoor performance in the Barossa Valley, South Australia, Perth’s RAC Arena and Geelong’s Mt Duneed Estate. The Killers will then perform for audiences at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena, then over to Hunter Valley’s Hope Estate for another outdoor performance before wrapping up at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Monday 19 December, whew!

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Monday 21 November 2022 | Spark Arena | Auckland, NZ Pre-sale from: Thursday 11 November (12pm AEDT) On Sale: Monday 15 November (12pm AEDT) ticketmaster.co.nz  | Ph: 0800 111 999

Friday 25 November 2022 | Christchurch Arena | Christchurch, NZ Pre-sale from: Thursday 11 November (12pm AEDT) On Sale: Monday 15 November (12pm AEDT) ticketek.co.nz  | Ph: 0800 842

Tuesday 29 November 2022 | Brisbane Entertainment Centre | Brisbane, QLD Pre-sale from: Thursday 11 November (1pm AEDT) On Sale: Monday 15 November (2pm AEDT) ticketek.com.au | Ph: 132 849

Saturday 3 December 2022 | Peter Lehmann | Barossa Valley, SA “a day on the green” Pre-sale from: Thursday 11 November (1:00pm AEDT) On Sale: Monday 15 November (2:00pm AEDT) ticketmaster.com.au | Ph: 136 100

Tuesday 6 December 2022 | RAC Arena | Perth, WA Pre-sale from: Thursday 11 November (3pm AEDT) On Sale: Monday 15 November (4pm AEDT) ticketek.com.au | Ph: 132 849

Saturday 10 December 2022 | Mt Duneed Estate | Geelong, VIC “a day on the green” Pre-sale from: Thursday 11 November (1pm AEDT) On Sale: Monday 15 November (2pm AEDT) ticketmaster.com.au | Ph: 136 100

Tuesday 13 December 2022 | Rod Laver Arena | Melbourne, VIC Pre-sale from: Thursday 11 November (2pm AEDT) On Sale: Monday 15 November (3pm AEDT) ticketek.com.au | Ph: 132 849

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Earlier this year while touring was still on hold due to the ongoing pandemic, The Killers released their seventh studio album, the quieter, character-study-driven album, Pressure Machine. The resulting record is an aural document of growing up – and living – in the American Southwest, told from a myriad of perspectives. Pressure Machine includes ‘Quiet Town’ and ‘Runaway Horses (featuring Phoebe Bridges)’. The band performed album track ‘In Another Life’ live on The Late Late Show with James Corden.

Imploding The Mirage was self-produced by the band in partnership with musical engineer Shawn Everett (The War On Drugs, Kacey Musgraves, Beck) and Foxygen multi-instrumentalist Jonathan Rado. The album, as a whole, is heavily influenced by the likes of Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel, Bruce Springsteen and New Order and promises something of a return to the Heartland Rock sounds of much-loved albums like Sam’s Town and Battle Born. The list of featured artists includes Lindsey Buckingham, kd lang, Weyes Blood, Adam Granduciel (War On Drugs), Blake Mills, and Lucius.

‘If ‘Wonderful Wonderful’ was an arm around a trembling shoulder, ‘Imploding The Mirage’ is a raised fist to the future. It’s the sort of attitude that could help us all endure such trying times, and The Killers’ sixth album sounds unbreakable too. They long ago reached their natural pumped-up radio rock peak, yet here sound as though they’ve been hitting the sonic steroids. The Killers have made another dazzling statement of ultra-modern pomp, and one arguably even more in step with new generations of alt-rock. It’s a musical DeLorean: rooted in mainstream Americana but speeding into adventurous horizons.’ ★★★★ – NME

The Killers first burst onto the scene in 2004, topping Australian charts and going double platinum with debut album Hot Fuss. Featuring hit singles ‘Mr. Brightside’ and ‘Somebody Told Me’, the album received instant popularity and widespread international success. Since then, the band have sold over thirty million albums worldwide, and headlined all of the world’s top festivals including Coachella, Lollapalooza, Glastonbury and received countless accolades including multiple Grammy nominations, American Music Award nominations, MTV Video Music Awards and NME Awards.

On the very same day that 2017’s Wonderful Wonderful hit #1 on the ARIA Album Chart, the band took to the stage at the hallowed Melbourne Cricket Ground for the 2017 AFL Grand Final and absolutely nailed their set:

‘The Killers’ set has already started to be considered as one of the greatest AFL performances in recent years.’ – Tone Deaf ‘The Killers have killed it with the crowd at the AFL Grand Final as they kicked off pre-game festivities in front of a packed MCG with a bite-size rock festival’ – Herald Sun

The Killers are exceptionally well-loved down under with all ten shows on the band’s 2018 tour completely selling out. Live music is back, secure tickets now for these not to be missed shows.

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The Killers: Imploding the Mirage Tour, Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, December 13th 2022 – Live Review

When The Killers’ Brandon Flowers says, “I love Melbourne!” , you know he means it.

While Australia thoroughly embraced The Killers when they first came onto the scene, it was only 5 years ago when they perform on hallowed ground at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) for the 2017 AFL Grand Final . Their love for Melbourne was cemented back then, and after being kept at a distance for a while due to the global pandemic, The Killers finally returned to Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday the 13 th of December for one hell of a concert!

From my experience attending previous The Killers tours and in comparison, Imploding the Mirage Tour is by far their most elaborate and biggest show to date. With a giant screen, lasers, fantastic lighting, fireworks, and the best touring band that money can buy, you can tell that they – to quote John Hammond from Jurassic Park , “spared no expense”.

Already on Leg 6 and show number 84 of their sixth concert world tour (which is insanely ongoing until September 2023 at present), Imploding the Mirage Tour is a well-oiled machine filled with fantastic songs from their sixth studio album ‘Imploding Mirage’ , as well as iconic timeless tunes that helped shape their career.

Starting off with a bang (literally), the confetti canons were put to work almost immediately and the energy in the Rod Laver Arena venue went from 0 to 100 once The Killers took to the stage. It had been so long since I had seen The Killers perform, I had almost forgotten how spectacular they are live. At the time, I also couldn’t believe it was really happening. It turns out neither could Brandon , who asked for a touring bandmate to pinch him, because they were finally performing in Melbourne.

The energy in the venue was electrified tenfold when The Killers performed their hits including ‘When You Were Young’ , ‘Smile Like You Mean It’ , ‘Somebody Told Me’ , and ‘Read My Mind’ to name a few. B-side tracks including ‘Jenny Was a Friend of Mine’ and ‘Running Towards A Place’ were also given a lot of love, despite not being single releases from the band. For diehard fans, ‘ Enterlude’ made a rare appearance, and new songs ‘boy’ and ‘Dying Breed’ were warmly welcomed and played in Melbourne for the very first time.

Some of my personal favourites were also part of the setlist including ‘A Dustland Fairytale’ , ‘Human’ , and ‘Spaceman’ . I thoroughly loved the way ‘Human’ was introduced with robotic sounds and vocals before kicking into the song itself. However, the ultimate and undisputable crowd favourite of the night was ‘All These Things I’ve Done’ . Hearing an entire venue sing along in unison to the anthemic and iconic line, “I’ve got soul but I’m not a soldier” was incredible and it’s these unscripted moments with live music that make the experience even more special. Singing along to your favourite artist live in concert with everyone else at the same time is one of the purest pleasures of live music that is unmatched by any other medium.

One of the very few artists that I full heartedly believe give everything and leave nothing left in the tank after the concert has concluded, The Killers clearly fed off the energy of the crowd. The more energy you gave, the more they provided in return. I’m not saying it was a religious experience, but it sure felt like one with the entire Melbourne audience spiritually transported to a Las Vegas church of rock and roll and loving every moment of it.

Brandon Flowers is an incredible frontman. From the get-go, he already had the entire venue eating out of the palm of his hand. Commanding the stage with his captivating presence, Flowers was super interactive with the passionate and eager audience, inspiring sing-alongs, dancing, hand waving, and overall, igniting happiness throughout the venue. The stage consisted of platform-like catwalks for Flowers to elevate himself higher and higher (lyrical pun intended), and were an asset to his craft. He kept climbing them frequently to the point where I wondered how many steps he would have taken by the end of the show (if only he had a pedometer). He really worked that stage! The new strikingly lit infinity symbol on Flowers ’ keyboard stand is also the perfect touch, evolving from the previous tour’s male gender symbol design stand that suited The Killers ’ previous era.

Not to be outdone, Ronnie Vannucci Jr. , the only other familiar face of The Killers original line-up that still tours, showed off his charisma and finesse. I was genuinely delighted that Ronnie had the chance to shine with his thunderous and foot stomping drum solo. His skills are fiercely impressive and I daresay that he gets better and better every tour.

Ending the concert with ‘The Man’ accompanied with money-like confetti in a cheeky lyrical nod to their own song, alongside ‘Bling (Confession of a King)’ and finally a unique and excellent rendition of ‘Mr Brightside’ , I couldn’t stop smiling. I was shamelessly and passionately singing at the top of my lungs, and it looked like everyone else was on that same elated level.

Imploding the Mirage Tour is one tour that you should not miss. It doesn’t matter whether you’re going for the classic or for the new songs. All are good, The Killers don’t have any bad songs. Everyone on that stage is also superbly talented and the entire package is well worth throwing money at.

The Killers are in their element. After 21 years of being in the music industry and counting, this is honestly the best they’ve ever been .

The Killers have one more show in Melbourne before heading to Hunter Valley, and finally Sydney. For more information and ticketing, visit: https://www.frontiertouring.com/thekillers https://www.thekillersmusic.com/tour

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The Killers Take Live Performance To Star Trek Proportions #REVIEW

by Paul Cashmere on December 14, 2022

The Killers have had an enormous leap in live performance in recent years with them now, dare I say, reaching that level of live greatness U2 entered around ‘Rattle and Hum’.

The credit for that driving force goes to drummer Ronnie Vannucci Jr who steers this band like Spock on Star Trek. Sure, Captain Kirk gets the accolades as the frontman of the Enterprise and like in Star Trek, Vannucci’s Spock is every much as important as Brandon Flowers’ Kirk.

The Killers is a “sum of the parts” band. In showcasing the importance of Vannucci it would be remiss to ignore Dave Keuning on guitar, who despite a short absence from 2017 to 2020 creates a unique guitar force to the sound of this band. Likewise with bass player Mark Stoermer supplying the other half of the rhythm section with Vannucci, we do still have all four origins of this band working as one. And that’s why it works so well.

Ronnie Vannucci Jr Photo © 2022 Chris Phelps www.chrisphelps.com Imploding the Mirage Tour 2022 Rod Laver Arena - Melbourne, Australia 12.13.22.

The greatness from the Killers’ song come from all those obvious elements forgotten in pop today. A great melody with a hook, a key change and an instrument middle section allows every song to take the audience on an exciting journey to an exotic destination. The reason The Killers songs work is the exact same reason why pop hits today don’t. Because The Killers maintain the diversity of the song while pop today is an extended 30 second jingle. The Killers are an actual rock band who I could imagine 20 years from now being what U2 were at their peak and potentially one of the great stadium acts of the 2040s. (In 2043 Brandon Flowers will be as old as Bono is today).

It is no wonder The Killers transcend generations of both fans and contemporaries. Bruce Springsteen, Elton John and Lindsay Buckingham can easily collaborate with this band because they are all cut from the same cloth. The Killers have never been shy of acknowledging their influences or their heroes just as their heroes happily talk about those who inspired them.

And all that goes into the pot to brew up a great show. The Killers are not a great band by accident. They studied the best and have never tried to reinvent the wheel, just improve it.

The Rod Laver Arena show setlist in Melbourne summarised the best of the best of The Killers, spanning the 18 years from 2004’s ‘Hot Fuss’ to 2022’s new song ‘Boy’. The songs are anthemic which for 12,000 plus fans is all that is needed for unity. While the audience demographic was top heavy in early 40s, there was spattering of youth brought along by 30something parents who had been into this band for more than half their life. There was also a good chunk of 50+, an audience who appreciates real music and finds it in a band like The Killers.

The Killers setlist, Melbourne, 13 December 2022

My Own Soul’s Warning (from Imploding the Mirage, 2020) Enterlude (from Sam’s Town, 2006) When You Were Young (from Sam’s Town, 2006) Jenny Was a Friend of Mine (from Hot Fuss, 2004) Smile Like You Mean It (from Hot Fuss, 2004) Shot at the Night (from Direct Hits, 2013) Running Towards a Place (from Imploding the Mirage, 2020) Human (from Day & Age, 2008) Spaceman (from Day & Age, 2008) Somebody Told Me (from Hot Fuss, 2004) Cody (from Pressure Machine, 2021) Boy (single, 2022) A Dustland Fairytale (from Day & Age, 2008) Runaways (from Battle Born, 2012) Read My Mind (from Sam’s Town, 2006) Dying Breed (from Imploding the Mirage, 2020) Caution (from Imploding the Mirage, 2020) All These Things That I’ve Done (from Hot Fuss, 2004)

Encore: The Man (from Wonderful, Wonderful, 2017) Bling (Confession of a King) (from Sam’s Town, 2006) Mr. Brightside (from Hot Fuss, 2004)

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14 December, Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena (Second Show) 17 December, Hunter Valley, Hope Estate (A Day On The Green) 19 December, Sydney, Qudos Arena 19 December, Sydney, Liberty Hall Moore Park (right after the Qudos show)

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  • Co-Op Live, Manchester on the 18th June 2024
  • Co-Op Live, Manchester on the 19th June 2024
  • Co-Op Live, Manchester on the 21st June 2024
  • Co-Op Live, Manchester on the 22nd June 2024
  • The O2, London on the 7th July 2024

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  • Madison Square Garden, New York City , 2023
  • Boucher Road Playing Fields, Belfast , 2023
  • Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh , 2023
  • Bramham Park, Leeds , 2023
  • Reading Festival, Reading , 2023
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  • Rac Arena, Perth , 2022
  • Peter Lehmann Wines, Adelaide , 2022
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  • Wolfbrook Arena (Horncastle Arena/Christchurch Arena), Christchurch , 2022

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Today, Conan Gray has announced his worldwide Found Heaven On Tour hitting 16 countries around the globe. The tour kicks off in Melbourne, Australia at John Cain Arena on July 11 before proceeding with 4 additional tour stops in Australia.  Gray arrives in North America on September 19 with a kickoff performance at Minneapolis’ Armory then continues his Live Nation produced U.S. and Canada dates with 16 performances in Toronto, ON; Boston, MA; New York, NY; Los Angeles, CA; Austin, TX and more. The tour wraps up in Europe with 5 final performances in Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Brussels, Belgium; Paris, France; Manchester, UK; and London, UK. The North American tour dates will be supported by singer-songwriter Maisie Peters, and the European shows will be supported by electro-pop duo Between Friends.

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Conan Gray’s highly anticipated forthcoming album, FOUND HEAVEN , will arrive on April 8th via Republic Records and is co-produced by the legendary Max Martin (The Weeknd, Adele, Ariana Grande), Greg Kurstin (Adele, Beck, Sia, Pink), and Shawn Everett (Kacey Musgraves, The Killers).  Pre-order/Pre-save FOUND HEAVEN HERE .

FOUND HEAVEN will include new single “Alley Rose” arriving Friday, March 8 th in addition to previously released “Lonely Dancers”, “Killing Me” , “Winner” , and “Never Ending Song” .  These singles alone are approaching 130 million global streams, and have received critical praise from Billboard, RollingStone, UPROXX, Vogue, and more.

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Thu Jul 11 – Melbourne, Australia – John Cain Arena

Sat Jul 13 – Brisbane, Australia – Fortitude Music Hall

Wed Jul 17 – Sydney, Australia – ICC Sydney Theatre

Fri Jul 19 – Adelaide, Australia – Spin Off Festival

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Sat Sep 21 – Sterling Heights, MI – Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill

Mon Sep 23 – Toronto, ON – Budweiser Stage

Wed Sep 25 – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway

Mon Sep 30 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

Tue Oct 01 – Philadelphia, PA – Highmark Skyline Stage at the Mann

Thu Oct 03 – Raleigh, NC – Red Hat Amphitheater

Fri Oct 04 – Atlanta, GA – Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park

Sun Oct 06 – Indianapolis, IN – Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park

Fri Oct 11 – Las Vegas, NV – Chelsea Theater at Cosmopolitan

Sun Oct 13 – Portland, OR – Alaska Airlines’ Theater of the Clouds

Tue Oct 15 – Seattle, WA – WAMU Theater

Thu Oct 17 – San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Fri Oct 18 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum

Sun Oct 20 – Phoenix, AZ – Arizona Financial Theatre

Wed Oct 23 – Sugar Land, TX – Smart Financial Centre

Fri Oct 25 – Austin, TX – Moody Center ATX

Sat Oct 26 – Fort Worth, TX – Dickies Arena

Sat Nov 2 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands – AFAS Live

Mon Nov 4 – Brussels, Belgium – Forest National

Tue Nov 5 – Paris, France – Zénith Paris la Villette

Thu Nov 7 – Manchester, UK – O2 Apollo

Sun Nov 10 – London, UK – OVO Arena Wembley

ABOUT CONAN GRAY: Over the last five years, Conan Gray has emerged as one of the biggest and most acclaimed pop stars and songwriters of his generation. Known for his authentic lyrics and originality across every facet of his career, his multi-platinum hits “Heather” and “Maniac” have topped streaming charts and shaped Gen Z culture around the world. In 2020, Gray’s debut album Kid Krow reached #5 on the Billboard Top 200, #1 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart and became the biggest new artist debut of the year. In 2022, his sophomore album Superache became his second Top 10 album on the US Billboard 200 Chart and charted in the top 10 in Australia, the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands, to name a few. With over 15 billion total streams, Gray has attracted unanimous applause from a who’s who of tastemakers including The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Vogue, GQ, V Man, Paper, Fader, Billboard, and NPR, and has delivered memorable performances on television shows such as The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Late Late Show with James Corden, and The Today Show Summer Concert Series. In the fashion world, Gray has landed on “Best Dressed” lists in Vogue, GQ, and Paper for his custom Valentino outfit on the Coachella 2022 mainstage, as well as for his MET Gala appearances. Gray has packed venues around the world, selling over 300,000 tickets during his headline run in 2022 alone, including selling out legendary venues like Radio City Music Hall in New York, the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, and the Eventim Apollo in London. In 2023, Conan performed to almost 300,000 people at Lollapaloozas across Latin America and to almost 40,000 people at Outside Lands in the midst of unveiling a new era of music. His highly anticipated third studio album, Found Heaven, is set for release April 5.

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Platinum-selling singer, songwriter Conan Gray will be touring Australia in July 2024. The Gen Z pop king will ignite stages in Melbourne, Brisbane ,  Sydney  and Adelaide as part of his global FOUND HEAVEN ON TOUR. 

One of the most acclaimed pop stars and songwriters of his generation, Conan Gray will hit Australian shores with a host of new tracks from his hotly anticipated third album, FOUND HEAVEN , set for release on Friday 5 April.  Co-produced by legendary Max Martin (The Weeknd, Adele, Ariana Grande), Greg Kurstin (Adele, Beck, Sia, Pink) and Shawn Everett (Kacey Musgraves, The Killers), FOUND HEAVEN includes new single “Lonely Dancers” in addition to previously released “Killing Me” , “Winner” , and “Never Ending Song” . These singles alone are approaching 130 million global streams, and have received critical praise from Billboard, Rolling Stone, UPROXX, Vogue and more. Pre-save FOUND HEAVEN here .

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Jennifer Lame edited “Oppenheimer,” which also took top honors at last week’s SAG Awards and Producers Guild Awards. The recent honor further cements the film’s position to take top prize at the Oscars next weekend. But she faces competition from Kevin Tent, who won here for “The Holdovers.”

Should Lame go on to win the Oscar, it will mark nine years since a woman has won. Margaret Sixel won in 2015 for “Mad Max: Fury Road.”

Tent, also president of ACE, kicked off the ceremony addressing last year’s labor strikes, saying, “It’s great to look out and see so many rock star editors…Last year was an extraordinarily difficult year for our entire industry. Editors and post-production are not immune at all. 2023 hurt badly and 2024 is off to a tepid start. It feels like there’s an industry that desires to avoid repeating 2023 and get back to doing what we do best.”

With over six decades in the industry and titles including “The Godfather Part,” “Apocalypse Now” and “Ghost,” Walter Murch received the career achievement award. Murch shared the evolution of the montage and splice through cinema. He talked about how cinema had embraced those advancements. Bringing his speech to the present day, Murch also took a moment to address AI. He said, “Just as editing transformed motion picture and cinema, I hope, we the present and rising generations of film editors and directors can find a way to use AI to expand and transform the potentials of cinema in ways that at the moment can only be leveraged through a glass darkly with equal amounts of excitement and nerves.”

Ricki Lake, “Expats” star Sarayu Blue, Max Greenfield and George Lucas were among the presenters. John Waters was presented with the ACE Golden Eddie Award, which recognizes an artist for their distinguished achievement in film. Thelma Schoonmaker was on hand to present the Anne V. Coates Student Editing Award to Ariel Emma Martin of Chapman University.

A full list of winners is below.

BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (Drama, Theatrical) “Anatomy of a Fall”- Laurent Sénéchal “Killers of the Flower Moon” – Thelma Schoonmaker, ACE “Maestro”- Michelle Tesoro, ACE “Oppenheimer” – Jennifer Lame, ACE (WINNER) “Past Lives” – Keith Fraase

BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (Comedy, Theatrical) “Air” – William Goldenberg, ACE “American Fiction” – Hilda Rasula, ACE “Barbie” – Nick Houy, ACE “The Holdovers” – Kevin Tent, ACE (WINNER) “Poor Things” – Yorgos Mavropsaridis, ACE

BEST EDITED ANIMATED FEATURE FILM “Elemental” – Stephen Schaffer, ACE “Nimona” – Randy Trager, ACE and Erin Crackel “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse”- Michael Andrews, ACE (WINNER) “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” – Eric Osmond “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem” – Greg Levitan, ACE

BEST EDITED DOCUMENTARY (Theatrical) “20 Days in Mariupol” – Michelle Mizner “American Symphony” – Sammy Dane, Matthew Heineman, Jim Hessiona and Fernando Villegas “Joan Baez I Am a Noise” – Maeve O’Boyle “Little Richard: I Am Everything” – Nyneve Minnear and Jake Hostetter “Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie” – Michael Harte, ACE (WINNER)

BEST EDITED DOCUMENTARY (Non-Theatrical) “100 Foot Wave: Jaws” – Alex Bayer, Alex Keipper and Quin O’Brien “Albert Brooks: Defending My Life” – Bob Joyce “Beckham: The Kick” – Michael Harte, ACE “Being Mary Tyler Moore” – Mariah Rehmet “Escaping Twin Flames: Up in Flames” – Martin Biehn, Kevin Hibbard, Inbal B. Lessner, ACE, Troy Takaki, ACE and Mimi Wilcox (WINNER)

BEST EDITED MULTI-CAMERA COMEDY SERIES “Frasier: Blind Date” – Joseph Fulton “How I Met Your Father: Daddy” – Russell Griffin, ACE (WINNER) “The Upshaws: Off Beat”- Angel Gamboa Bryant

BEST EDITED SINGLE CAMERA COMEDY SERIES “Barry: Wow” – Ali Greer, ACE and Franky Guttman, ACE “The Bear: Fishes” Joanna Naugle, ACE (WINNER) “The Bear: Forks” – Adam Epstein, ACE “Only Murders in the Building: Sitzprobe” Shelly Westerman, ACE and Payton Koch “Ted Lasso: So Long, Farewell”- Melissa McCoy, ACE

BEST EDITED DRAMA SERIES “Ahsoka: Fallen Jedi”- Dana E. Glauberman, ACE “The Last of Us: Long, Long Time”- Timothy A. Good, ACE (WINNER) “Slow Horses: Strange Games”- Sam Williams “Succession: Conner’s Wedding” – Bill Henry, ACE “Succession: With Open Eyes”- Ken Eluto, ACE

BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (NON-THEATRICAL) “Black Mirror: Beyond the Sea”- Jon Harris “Flamin’ Hot” – Kayla M. Emter and Liza D. Espinas “Reality” – Jennifer Vecchiarello and Ron Dulin

BEST EDITED LIMITED SERIES “Beef: The Birds Don’t Sing, They Screech in Pain”- Harry Yoon, ACE and Laura Zempel, ACE (WINNER) “Beef: The Great Fabricator”- Nat Fuller “Fargo: The Paradox of Intermediate Transactions” – Christopher Nelson, ACE “Fargo: The Tragedy of the Commons”- Regis Kimble “Lessons in Chemistry: Introduction to Chemistry” – Géraud Brisson, ACE and Daniel Martens

BEST EDITED NON-SCRIPTED SERIES “Couples Therapy: Episode 310” – Delaney Lynch, Helen Kearns, ACE and Katrina Taylor (WINNER) “Dancing with the Stars: S32.E5” – Laurens Van Charante, Ben Bulatao, ACE, Fernanda Cardos, Jessie Sock, Jon Oliver, Neal Acosta, Raiko Siems, Joe Headrick and Mike Bennaton “Deadliest Catch: Pain Level Ten”- Rob Butler, ACE, Isaiah Camp, ACE, Alexander Rubinow, ACE and Josh Stockero

BEST EDITED VARIETY TALK/SKETCH SHOW OR SPECIAL EVENT “A Black Lady Sketch Show: My Love Language is Words of Defamation” – Stephanie Filo, ACE, Malinda Zehner Guerra, Taylor Joy Mason, ACE “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Dollar Stores” – Anthony Miale, ACE “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” – Dom Whitworth, Guy Harding, Hamish Lyons, Rupa Rathod. Ben Wainwright-Pearce and Reg Wrench (WINNER)

BEST EDITED ANIMATED SERIES “Blue Eye Samurai: The Tale of the Ronin and The Bride” – Yuka Shirasuna (WINNER) “Bob’s Burgers: Amelia” – Jeremy Reuben, ACE and Stephanie Earley “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off: – Ramona Rents a Video” – Keisuke Yanagi

ANNE V. COATES AWARD FOR STUDENT EDITING Isaiah Clarke – Spanish Springs High School Jamie Diaz – California State University Los Angeles Ariel Emma Martin – Chapman University (WINNER)

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Conan Gray announces UK, Europe and North America ‘Found Heaven’ tour

The tour is in support of his third album 'Found Heaven'

Conan Gray attends the Onitsuka Tiger fashion show during the Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2024-2025 on February 21, 2024 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Pietro S. D'Aprano/Getty Images)

Conan Gray has announced details of his 2024 UK, European and North American ‘Found Heaven’ tour.

  • READ MORE:  Conan Gray – ‘Superache’ review: confessional pop bangers with a real sense of drama

The ‘Lonely Dancers’ be taking his upcoming third album ‘Found Heaven’ on a world tour that kicks off at the John Cain Arena in Melbourne, Australia on July 11, completing a lap of the country before heading off to North America on September 19 at the Armory in Minneapolis. Europe will be the third and final leg of tour, commencing on November 2 at the AFAS Live in Amsterdam.

Opening support will come from Maisie Peters for the North American run of dates and Between Friends for the European dates.

A ticket pre-sale will be available starting on Wednesday March 6 at 10am local time for fans who sign up here . General ticket sales will commence on Friday March 8 at 10am local time. Visit here for tickets in US , UK , Europe and Australia .

Conan Gray 'Found Heaven' On Tour Poster. Credit: PRESS

Conan Gray’s 2024 ‘Found Heaven’ world tour dates are: 

JULY 11 – Melbourne, Australia – John Cain Arena 13 – Brisbane, Australia – Fortitude Music Hall 17 – Sydney, Australia – ICC Sydney Theatre 19 – Adelaide, Australia – Spin Off Festival

SEPTEMBER 19 – Minneapolis, MN – Armory 21 – Sterling Heights, MI – Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill 23 – Toronto, ON – Budweiser Stage 25 – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway 30 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

OCTOBER 1 – Philadelphia, PA – Highmark Skyline Stage at the Mann 3 – Raleigh, NC – Red Hat Amphitheater 4 – Atlanta, GA – Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park 6 – Indianapolis, IN – Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park 11 – Las Vegas, NV – Chelsea Theater at Cosmopolitan 13 – Portland, OR – Alaska Airlines’ Theater of the Clouds 15 – Seattle, WA – WAMU Theater 17 – San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium 18 – Inglewood, CA – Kia Forum 20 – Phoenix, AZ – Arizona Financial Theatre 23 – Sugar Land, TX – Smart Financial Centre 25 – Austin, TX – Moody Center ATX 26 – Fort Worth, TX – Dickies Arena

NOVEMBER 2 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands – AFAS Live 4 – Brussels, Belgium – Forest National 5 – Paris, France – Zénith Paris la Villette 7 – Manchester, UK – O2 Apollo 10 – London, UK – OVO Arena Wembley

Gray is set to release his third album ‘Found Heaven’ on April 8 via Republic ( pre-order/pre-save here ). It was co-produced by Max Martin ( The Weeknd , Adele , Ariana Grande ), Greg Kurstin ( Adele , Beck , Sia , Pink ), and Shawn Everett (Kacey Musgraves , The Killers ).

Conan Gray 'Found Heaven' album artwork. Credit: PRESS

tracks set to appear on the LP include ‘Lonely Dancers’, ‘Killing Me’, ‘Winner’, and ‘ Never Ending Song ‘. The latter was the first song Gray had released since 2022’s ‘ Superache ’ and the lush, ‘80s inspired track was also co-written by Martin.

Speaking to  NME  in 2021 , Gray said: “When I’m writing a song, I think that I always want to capture the moment as big as I possibly can. I’m just a very intense romantic – I will take any small situation and make it gigantic, make it much more than it probably was in the moment.”

In a four-star review of ‘Superache’,  NME  wrote:  “The album boasts ballads and bangers in equal measure. Throughout the 12-song collection, Gray carefully excavates past traumas, laying them bare for listeners to absorb and empathise with.”

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