Watch: Imagine Dragons head to high school for ‘Bad Liar’ video

It’s been a few months since Imagine Dragons released their surprise fourth studio album, but that’s not stopping the band from releasing music videos for the album’s tracks. On Thursday (Jan. 25), the Las Vegas-founded band unleashed the almost-five-minute-long clip for their latest single “Bad Liar.”

The clip follows a girl dressed in white as she tries to wake up her companion, a boy, who in contrast, is dressed in dark clothing. The video predominately features the girl dancing around several high school settings like a hallway, gymnasium, and cafeteria as she attempts to wake up the boy to no avail.

While the girl and the boy are situated inside of the high school, the guys from Imagine Dragons are set up in what looks to be the parking lot of the school. The band doesn’t really do much aside from performing the song as a school bus illuminates them from behind.

Watch the music video for “Bad Liar” above.

“Bad Liar” is the band’s fourth single from their recently released record, Origins. The act previously unleashed “Natural,” “Machine,” and “Ralph Breaks the Internet” lead single, “Zero.”

Origins, the sister album to 2017’s Evolve, was released in early November and debuted at the number two spot on the Billboard 200 chart. This album marks the band’s fourth top-ten album and their third to debut at the number two spot on the Billboard 200 chart.

While the group has no current tour plans, the band will perform at this year’s BottleRock Napa Valley Music Festival in late May. Imagine Dragons will join a musically diverse lineup which includes Mumford and Sons, Flogging Molly, Jenny Lewis, Pharrell Williams, Logic, and more. The full lineup is available here.

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