Imagine Dragons to release ‘Origins’ in November

Imagine Dragons may have spent most of the year on the road in support of their recently released record Evolve, but that hasn’t stopped the group from putting together another new record for their loyal fan base. On Thursday (Oct. 4), the Las Vegas founded band took to social media to confirm the release of their fourth studio album. Titled Origins, the impending release is due out Nov. 9 through Interscope Records. According to the band, the forthcoming release is the sister album to 2017’s Evolve.

“And it feels like a sister album to Evolve. It kind of completes the cycle to us. It’s fresh and it feels green and it feels healthy and we’re all really proud of it.”

At the time of the new album announcement, the act had already debuted a pair of song from the forthcoming record. Earlier in the year they released “Natural” which at first was believed to be a standalone single. “Natural” is the band’s fourth straight No. 1 on Billboard‘s Alternative Songs chart. The second single, “Zero,” made its debut last month when the band announced it would be featured in Disney/Pixar’s “Wreck-It Ralph” sequel, “Ralph Breaks the Internet.”

Pre-orders for Origins are currently available on Imagine Dragons’ website. The band is offering two different versions of the album; a standard version which includes 12 songs and a deluxe version which includes 15 songs. All pre-orders will include instant downloads of both “Natural” and “Zero.”

Recently, Imagine Dragons was confirmed as one of two acts to headline a New Year’s Eve show in Las Vegas. The group will take the stage at the Cosmopolitan in Sin City on Dec. 31 to ring in the new year.

Tickets start at $100 and go on sale Friday, Oct. 12, at 10 a.m. PDT and are available for purchase online at the Cosmopolitan’s website or through Ticketmaster.

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