Worth the long wait!
Fantastic. Very very diverse to what you may associate with the Killers. Hot Fuss was emotionally driven with thick electronic vocals. Sams Town was a big ballsy American album that was loud and atmospheric.
Day and Age is something else, its not even a combination of the two. Its probably as far away from any of the other albums as it possibly can be. Some of the tracks actually want to make you get up and instantly dance eg. Human and I can't Stay. Some songs are very catchy and the words are instantly stamped into your head.
Possibly, the only downfall with the album is the 'experiemental' 'Goodnight, Travel Well'. Or, maybe it just hasnt had time to grow me which normally happens with every Killers song.
Absolutely delighted with the album and Ive had it on constantly, in the gym, in the car, even at work! If this album does not win album of the year then there's something seriously wrong.