The Killers webchat – post your questions now!

Those hoping to get inside the John Peel tent for the Killers’ secret set at this year’s Glastonbury festival were likely to have been left frustrated. In fact, there seemed to be more people desperately scrambling to find a way in than there were actually witnessing the gig itself – testament to the fact that, 14 years since they first emerged with their debut smash Mr Brightside, the Las Vegas band are still one of the biggest draws around.

It’s been some journey for the four members since they first emerged as shy outsiders, obsessed with 80s indie rock and sparkly suits. The band followed up their disco-tinged debut album Hot Fuss by growing impressive facial hair and unleashing the stadium-sized American rock record Sam’s Town. Along with artists like Coldplay and Kings of Leon, the Killers helped redefine what a guitar band could achieve: the band have sold over 20 million records worldwide and played enormo-gigs across the globe – most recently a sell-out show in Hyde Park, London.

They’re currently gearing up to release Wonderful Wonderful, their first album since 2012’s chart-topping Battle Born. From the looks of first single The Man it seems they’ve not lost their love for sparkling synth pop (nor the aforementioned sparkly suits).

Lead singer Brandon Flowers and drummer Ronnie Vannucci Jr want to chat about it all, and more. They’re joining us in the Guardian office on Wednesday 12 July from 3.30pm (UK time) to answer your questions on anything from the new album and glittery wardrobe choices to beard maintenance and their solo careers (Flowers has released two albums under his own name – banger alert! – while Vannucci Jr has recorded a couple of records with the band Big Talk). Got a question for the them? Post away in the comments below!

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