Imagine Dragons releases the single, On Top Of The World, from their album, Night Visions. Reynolds:
It’s a very different video; if you’ve watched our videos, you know to expect the unexpected but I think this is my favorite. There’s a lot going on it it, some if it is subliminal. ‘Sno Gard.’ I’ll say that. It has no meaning to you, but when you see the video, you’ll be like ‘Sno Gard … okay, Dan gave me a good hint.
Imagine Dragons releases the single, Demons, from their album, Night Visions. Reynolds:
We write on the road — in a hotel room at night or on the tour bus or on a plane. That’s how I always write; it always starts on a lap top, a very base demo idea. I already have, like, 35 demos in a playlist folder in my iTunes, (titled) ‘No. 2.’ I don’t know when that day will come, but when it does we’ll sort through all those demos like we did for the first album and pick out our favorites and work on them in the studio, in a live setting, and that’s where they’ll really come alive.
Imagine Dragons releases the single, It’s Time, from their album, Night Visions. Reynolds:
We’ve been around for about three-and-a-half years and spent a lot of time on the road, living out of a suitcase, barely scraping by. To get to a point where you see things moving like this, where the song is on radio and TV, is the most humbling experience.
Imagine Dragons releases the single, Radioactive, from their album, Night Visions. Reynolds says that he was coming out of a bout of depression and had a new awakening and vigor for life when he wrote the song:
That’s the general thing where that song came from. There’s more specifics to it, but that’s the basic, general idea.