As Brandon Flowers announced his plans for a second solo album in 2015, many fans were curious what this meant for the future of the Killers. Now, in an interview with NME, Flowers has quickly quelled those worries.

"You always want to grow and get better, write songs that you haven't written. And maybe that no-one else has written," Flowers tells NME. "[The Killers are] explorers, and so we're going to keep on digging."

As for his upcoming solo album, the frontman says, "The record's not done yet, but I'm excited about it ... people are going to interpret it how they will, but there's only a little bit of [Las] Vegas in there." Flowers is referencing his hometown and the major inspiration for his debut solo album, 'Flamingo' (named after a road in Vegas).

While the Killers' future looks promising thanks to Flowers' recent comments, the band has no current live shows scheduled. To stay up-to-date with the latest itinerary, visit their official website here.

If you're craving some action from the Killers right now, though, check out their recent performance at the V Festival in England where Flowers did a heartfelt cover of Iggy Azalea's 'Fancy':