is already hoping for a free ticket back to Worthy Farm festival.
She told me: “I would love to go back to Glastonbury, but we will have to wait and see if they want me or not.
“I have the tour in November first and I’m super gas-ed about that, then America next year.”
New album Always In Between was written out in the middle of nowhere and it’s got Jess thinking about buying a countryside retreat. She added: “I would love to buy somewhere outside of London.”
I can reveal that their guitarist Dave Keuning is almost certain not to tour with the band again.
Dave and bassist Mark Stoermer haven’t toured behind the band’s most recent album Wonderful Wonderful.
And Dave, who has just released his debut solo single Restless Legs, told me he thinks The Killers’ touring schedule is “crazy”.
Dave said: “The problem was The Killers’ touring wasn’t being done in a balanced way. I can’t commit to being away from home for maybe 20 months out of 24. That’s crazy.”
Dave has a 13-year-old son, Keyler, and he added: “My son is happy that I made my new record at home.
“But I don’t think I’d want to do that level of touring even if I didn’t have a kid. I miss home and it was an all-ornothing deal, so I’ve really had no choice and I probably won’t tour the next Killers’ record.”
Dave’s album Prismism –released under his surname – arrives January 25, previewed on December 9-10 with solo shows in Manchester and London.
It’s stacked with great pop songs – including some his Killers band turned down!
He laughed: “Some songs were shown to The Killers and lightly rejected, so I’d add them to my phone’s voice memos pile.
“Other songs wouldn’t fit on a Killers record, especially some of my keyboard stuff.”
The Killers have begun writing their next record, and Dave said: “I’ve been sending in ideas for songs.
“The ones that get used, awesome, but if not I can just put it on my next record.”