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.”