Imagine Dragons Drop “Zero” Video, Announce ‘Origins’ Tracklist
Imagine Dragons is the biggest rock band in the world right now. That is not even up for debate at this point. Everything the Las Vegas rockers touch turns to gold. Which means that expectations for Origins, their fourth LP, are sky-high. “It feels like a sister album to Evolve, it kind of completes the cycle to us,” frontman Dan Reynolds says of the opus. The “Believer” hitmakers shared the tracklist over the weekend and it includes lead single, “Natural,” as well as Ralph Breaks The Internet bop, “Zero.”
That song finds the group exploring an ’80s synth-pop sound — an era that is also reflected in the video. Directed by Dave Meyers, the visual is a nod to the gaming world of yesteryear complete with a real life Pac-Man. If you’re surprised by the song’s pop direction, get ready for more twists and turns on Origins (due November 9). “It’s about seeking new ground but also appreciating your roots,” Dan says of the album. “When we create, we create with no boundaries, no rules. We find it thrilling to make music that feels different and new to us.” Watch the video for “Zero” up top and check out the tracklist below.