Imagine Dragons first burst into the mainstream in the early 2010s with their singles “It’s Time” and “Radioactive. A decade later, they’re now looking ahead to their next chapter.
Frontman Dan Reynolds on Monday teased the band’s future plans while celebrating his long-lasting friendship with his band mates Wayne Sermon, Ben McKee and Daniel Platzman.
“Over a decade together and still my best friends,” the lead singer noted while sharing a new photo of the group. “I’m incredibly proud and lucky to be in a band with you.”
However, his tribute soon turned into a teaser, with Reynolds following up with, “And yes this week it all begins again.”
Meanwhile, ID’s official Twitter account teased the arrival of two new songs, “Follow You” and “Cutthroat,” which are due out this Friday, March 12.
The Grammy winning band has been teasing a new album, the follow-up to the one-two punch of 2017’s Evolve and 2018’s Origins.
Imagine Dragons has yet to announce a release date for their upcoming album, but Reynolds has attested the group would be “singing together… Soon.”
By Megan Stone & Josh Johnson
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