Imagine Dragons is one of those bands that even if you don’t follow and are a fan you always like to listen to. Their songs are usually very motivational and often deal with very deep themes that have very intense undertones. The group has been making us sing along and enjoy their songs until we run out of voice for more than a decade.
This is the case of the latest song that has been released called Bones. On March 11, the band surprised us with a new song. Bones is the first preview of their next studio album, Mercury: Act 2. This song deals with life and death and explodes with a chorus that you won’t be able to stop singing along to.
For the past few months, the band has been breaking all kinds of records with their track Enemy. This song, which came hand in hand with success since it came out, is part of the soundtrack of one of the revelation series of the season: Arcane. This fiction is inspired by the video game League Of Legends and has been one of the latest super hits of Netflix.
As for the production of the song Bones, Imagine Dragons has counted on producers Mattman and Robin. No wonder the group has bet on them again, as they were also behind the sound of Enemy. So they have assured their success beforehand.
Dan Reynolds, the band’s leader, has described the song with the following words: “Bones is a reflection of my constant obsession with the finiteness and fragility of life. I’m always on the lookout for some evidence that will convince me that there is more to come – that life really is eternal in some sense. Since I haven’t found it yet, I try to at least dream of what it would feel like to defeat death in song.”
In addition, the American band will be able to sing this song live for the first time during their Mercury World Tour, which kicked off on March 12 in Los Angeles. This tour will also stop in Spain on July 7. Undoubtedly, a great gift for the group’s fans.
Their previous album, Mercury: Act 1, catapulted the boys to the top of the Billboard chart. With more than 40 million albums sold, they became the best-selling rock group of the decade. This American magazine considered that the three best songs of the genre, and that reinvented it, were theirs: Believer, Thunder and Radioactive.