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Killers sell publishing catalogue

By | Published on Wednesday 18 November 2020

The Killers

The latest act to sell their publishing catalogue are The Killers, who have announced that they have sold all of their pre-2020 songs to investment company Eldridge.

“The Killers have been an icon of American music for nearly two decades”, says Eldridge co-founder Tony Minella. “As huge fans ourselves, we’re excited to partner with an incredibly talented band that has such an original sound, impactful lyrics, and the remarkable ability to connect generations through their music”.

Killers frontman Brandon Flowers adds: “We have the greatest fans in the world. Eldridge’s broad network across music, television and film will provide new opportunities for our music to be enjoyed by millions across the globe”.

This is the first publishing catalogue deal of this type that Eldridge has done. The company has stakes in businesses across various sectors, including media and entertainment, with interests in Billboard and Hollywood Reporter publisher MRC and UK production company Fulwell73.