The Killers have teased what looks like a tracklist for an upcoming album after sharing a mysterious and unnamed list on social media.

This better not be a false dawn, Brandon Flowers. Not this close to Christmas. Flowers and co. have fuelled speculation that yet another new album could already be on the way with their latest social media post.

The Las Vegas rockers only released their sixth studio album, Imploding the Mirage, in August but might be ready to give fans another helping of music.

They shared an ‘A List’ of what by all intentions looks to be an album track list. The very cryptic post details 11 track names, nothing else. It’s obviously spurred fans to excitably declare that their seventh album is heading this way.

Other evidence exists: the band said while promoting Imploding the Mirage that they had been working on its follow-up, with it likely to be released within the next year.

“You know when people just say that? Every time someone makes a record they say that they have 50 songs and they’re going to release another record. We really are,” Flowers told NME after the completion of Imploding the Mirage. “We’re going to release another one in about 10 months. We’ve already gone back into the studio with [Jonathon, producer] Rado and Shawn [Everett, producer]. We did a week in Northern California.

I had a lot of time on my hands. Before I’d normally be gearing up to tour, all of that time has gone back into writing more songs. It’s been pretty fruitful.”

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In the meantime while fans wait on full confirmation about just what their mysterious social media post means, The Killers recently shared their Christmas compilation album on streaming services for the first time, providing you with the perfect Christmas Day soundtrack. Don’t Waste Your Wishes features the band’s yearly Christmas singles released between 2006 and 2016.

Check out ‘Don’t Shoot Me Santa’ by The Killers:

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