The Killers Deliver Christmas Album 'Don't Waste Your Wishes'

11/20/2016
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The Killers

(Radio.com) The Killers are getting into the holiday spirit with a new Christmas album. The rock group, which has released a new holiday song each season to benefit (RED) in the battle against AIDS, just revealed the festive track "I'll Be Home for Christmas" and announced the arrival of the new album Don't Waste Your Wishes.

The 11-track record includes all of the Las Vegas band's previous holiday singles, and features a long list of celebrity collaborators, such as Elton John, Jimmy Kimmel and Dawes, reports NME. Listen to a snippet of "I'll Be Home For Christmas" featuring Ned Humphrey Hansen here.

While fans can purchase a copy of the digital album now, the physical release will be December 9, with all proceeds going to (RED). Check out the tracklisting here.

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