Las Vegas rockers The Killers have released “My Own Soul’s Warning,” another song from their upcoming album Imploding the Mirage.
A sparkling new wave gem, the anthemic single reaches back into the band’s Sam’s Town and Day & Age eras. “I tried going against my own soul’s warning / And in the end, something just didn’t feel right / Oh, I tried diving, even though the sky was storming / Thunder heads were forming,” vocalist Brendan Flowers sings before exclaiming in euphoria, “But then I thought I could fly!”
Following “Caution” and “Fire in Bone,” the new song is the third preview of Imploding the Mirage. The album was originally scheduled for release at the end of May, but the band pushed it back indefinitely to have more time to work on it. A new release date has not been confirmed.
Imploding the Mirage will be The Killers’ first without founding guitarist Dave Keuning, who released his debut solo album Prismism last year. To expand the LP’s sound, the band recruited ex-Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham (who played on “Caution”), k.d. lang, Weyes Blood, The War on Drugs’ Adam Granduciel, Blake Mills and Lucius.
Listen to “My Own Soul’s Warning” here: