Daily Star - - WIRED - JESS Glynne THE Killers’ fu­ture has been thrown into chaos.

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.”

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