Dave Keuning Announces Killer UK Tour + Reveals Video for ‘Gimme Your Heart’

Pic by Dana Trippe

Keuning, founding member and guitarist from The Killers, is returning to the UK this March for an eight date UK tour. The run of dates follows the release of his enticing debut album ‘Prismism’ which came out on January 25th on Thirty Tigers.

Watch the video HERE

Keuning plays the following UK dates. Tickets go on sale Friday 1st February at 10am:


Sun 24th                      BELFAST, The Limelight 2

Mon 25th                     DUBLIN, Green Room at The Academy

Tues 26th                     GLASGOW, King Tuts Wah Wah Hut

Wed 27th                    NEWCASTLE, O2 Academy 2

Fri 29th                         MANCHESTER, Gorilla

Sat 30th                       BIRMINGHAM, O2 Academy 2


Mon 1st                       BRISTOL, Thekla

Tues 2nd                      LONDON, Garage

Keuning’s debut album, Prismism, is a collection of 14 tracks – with all the instruments, save some drum parts, played by Keuning himself – which, like the title says, sees things from all sides, focusing on details without missing the big picture. The album examines our basic relationships and interactions, with family, friends and co-workers, how one can feel trapped by their surroundings, as well as those that rely on them, emotionally and/or professionally. The album is inspired by the very thing that brought him here in the first place – the music.

Prismism: it’s all how you look at it and listen to it, but one thing’s certain: Keuning’s here to stay.

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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