Imagine Dragons: a new album is coming

Imagine Dragons: a new album is coming

The Imagine Dragons are preparing to release the new album “Loom” which will be released worldwide on June 28, 2024.

With the album's release, the band will also embark on their largest North American tour starting June 30th in Camden, New Jersey at the Freedom Mortage Pavilion and taking them to the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on October 22nd. .

“Loom”, the group's sixth studio album, was produced entirely by Imagine Dragons and their long-time collaborators Mattman and Robin, with whom they were able to find a perfect balance between the classic and original sounds of the group and fresh, new sounds born in the studio.

The 9 unreleased tracks from “Loom” are anticipated by the new single “Eyes Closed”.

Last year the members of Imagine Dragons took a long break spending time with their families and friends. Through this new experience and perspective, the band returned to the studio, rediscovering the same great inspiration that characterized the past.

To kick off the project, the band chose the first single “Eyes Closed”, which they define an explosion of energy with a high-impact chorus, ideal for live performances.

Imagine Dragons' last concert in Italy was at the Circus Maximus in Rome (last August 5th) in front of over 70,000 spectators.

In these 10 years of their career they have won Grammy Awards and sold 98 million records, reaching 240 billion total streams

Among their hits are songs such as “Radioactive”, “Believer”, “Thunder” and “Demons”.

Recently their super-hit “Bad Liar” became their tenth song to surpass one billion streams on the Spotify platform, making the group the only band to achieve this milestone.

Throughout their career Imagine Dragons have collaborated with many superstars: Kendrick Lamar, Lil' Wayne, Wiz Kahlifa, Avicii and soundtrack composer Hans Zimmer.

Furthermore, they have always been dedicated to charitable activities, raising millions of dollars for various causes (such as the Tyler Robinson Foundation active in the field of pediatric oncology research or Dan Reynolds's LOVELOUD Foundation).