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.

Watch Imagine Dragons’ ‘The Origins Experience’ event

Back in October, Imagine Dragons announced a massive event set to take place in their hometown just in time for their new album’s release. At the time of the reveal, there was no information given as to what fans should expect. On Wednesday (Nov. 7), the Las Vegas-founded act took over the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas for their massive Origins Experience show.

As speculated by many, the two-hour event featured the band performing several tracks from Origins including “Natural,” “Zero,” “Machine,” and their recently released single, “Bad Lair.” In addition to their new song, the band also incorporated other tunes from their discography like “It’s Time,” “Shots,” “Thunder,” “Believer,” “Radioactive,” and more.

Watch the complete concert above.

Imagine Dragons’ new studio album, Origins, is due out this Friday, Nov. 9. Pre-orders for the record are still available here. According to the band, the forthcoming release is the companion album to 2017’s Evolve.

Imagine Dragons will return to the Cosmopolitan’s stage at the end of December. Back in September, the band was confirmed as one of two acts set to headline the iconic venue’s New Year’s Eve festivities. Tickets are now available for purchase online at the Cosmopolitan’s website or through Ticketmaster.

Imagine Dragons drop ‘Bad Liar’ ahead of new album release

Imagine Dragons’ new studio album is a few days away from being in the hands of fans, but that’s not stopping the band from unleashing another new song from it. On Tuesday (Nov. 6), the Las Vegas-founded act revealed a fourth song from their upcoming new album, Origins. The new tune is titled “Bad Liar” and can be streamed above.

“Bad Liar” will join previously released tracks “Machine,” “Zero” (also featured in the upcoming Disney/Pixar film “Ralph Breaks the Internet”), and current radio staple “Natural” on the fourth studio effort. Origins is due out Nov. 9 through Interscope Records and is the sister album to their 2017 release, Evolve. Pre-orders for the upcoming record are currently available on Imagine Dragons’ website.

In support of the new album’s release, the band previously announced plans to host a massive event prior to its Friday due date. Titled the Origins Experience, the event will take place in the group’s hometown of Las Vegas on Wednesday, Nov. 7. Fans who managed to obtain tickets to the event will most likely be given the opportunity to hear some several new songs live.

Back in October, the band posted a short video online announcing the one-night event. The 20-second clip was vague, only revealing the date of the event, the location of the event, and a direct link to the band’s website. On the other side of the link is a web page with instructions on how fans can get tickets for the upcoming event.

All fans needed to do was interact with the band’s new dragons bot on Facebook.

Listen: Imagine Dragons drop ‘Machine’

A week after unleashing the official music video for their “Ralph Breaks the Internet” contribution, Imagine Dragons are back at it again. On Wednesday (Oct. 31), the Las Vegas-founded band unveiled another new song from their forthcoming studio album. Titled “Machine,” the band headed over to Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show on Apple Music to formally introduce the new track to the world.

After debuting the new song on the show, the band went forward with releasing the new track online. Listen to “Machine” above.

“Machine” will join “Zero” and current rock radio staple “Natural” on Imagine Dragons’ fourth studio album. Origins, the sister album to 2017’s Evolve, is due out Nov. 9 through Interscope Records. Pre-orders for Origins are currently available on Imagine Dragons’ website.

As if the new album release wasn’t enough, the quartet recently unveiled plans to host a massive new album event next week in their hometown. The Origins Experience super show will take place next Wednesday, Nov. 7, and will reportedly be broadcast live. More information about the upcoming show can be found on Imagine Dragons’ website.

Watch: Imagine Dragons bring arcade games to life in ‘Zero’

A couple of weeks after surprising fans with the announcement of a new studio album, Imagine Dragons have returned with the music video for their latest single. On Monday (Oct. 23), the Las Vegas-founded band dropped the music video for their new song, and “Ralph Breaks the Internet” contribution, “Zero.” The Dave Meyers-directed clip finds the band getting sucked into the world of video games while footage from the upcoming Disney/Pixar film is interwoven into the almost-four-minute clip.

The video finds the members of Imagine Dragons playing different roles including the unfortunate cashier dealing with teenagers and different characters inside of a game. The clip even features frontman Dan Reynolds with an over-sized head, stuck inside of a video game reminiscent of Pac-Man.

As the premise for the upcoming “Wreck-It Ralph” sequel is about Ralph and Vanellope heading to the internet to find a controller to fix her broken arcade game, the music video features an unsuspecting soul getting hit in the face with a football resulting in him breaking said controller. Watch the music video for “Zero” above.

“Zero” will join Imagine Dragons’ previously released track “Natural” on their upcoming new album Origins. Origins, the sister album to 2017’s Evolve, is due out Nov. 9 through Interscope Records. 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.”

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.