The Killers Orlando Tickets
The Killers have kicked off 2017 with a bang; a brand new album as well as a tour. The founders of the Second Wave, The Killers carried forward everything good about the 90’s into the present millennium, opening a younger demographic up to a wonderful musical world. Aptly titled ‘Wonderful, Wonderful’, this album, according to the band, is a “grown up” record with Brandon Flowers’ personal life as inspiration. It embodies his younger life, the lessons he has loved and his marriage. This album’s tour, then, is expected to be emotional, life-affecting and quirky, given to the Killer’s infectious showmanship. Purchase The Killers Orlando tickets now and witness it for yourself.
The Killers have been touring the world with this album and are ready for their North American leg. They have been selling out shows in the UK, Europe and Mexico and are expected to continue this streak back home as well. Tickets for their 2017 U.S shows are already on sale, and the 2018 shows are expected to be announced soon. So make sure you have your The Killers Orlando tickets before they run out.
The name came about while band lead Brandon Flowers was out in the desert with a cell phone in his pocket. The forecast stated that there was a storm approaching and Flowers just looked up at the stormy sky and touched his phone in his pocket going “wonderful, wonderful”. He says that moment symbolizes the way his life has been since the 90’s to date. The threat of being struck by lightning is always there, but facing that threat in the face, even while charging towards it, has its own thrill and up side.
This album is more personal than the rest. It has up-beat, self-aware songs such as “The Man” which is an account of Flowers’ inflated ego and misguided over-confidence in his younger days. It also contains the emotional love ballad “Some Kind of Love”, which Flowers has written for his wife who suffers from PTSD brought about by childhood trauma. Produced by Lee Jacknife (U2, Muse, R.E.M), this album has a completely new vibe from the Killers, with integrating soul into pop numbers.