Imagine Dragons - Photo credit Eliot Lee Hazel

Imagine Dragons Announce UK Tour & New Single ‘Whatever It Takes’

Imagine Dragons - Photo credit Eliot Lee Hazel
Imagine Dragons – Photo credit Eliot Lee Hazel

After confirming brilliant new single ‘Whatever It Takes’ out on KIDinaKORNER/Polydor Records, the multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning band, Imagine Dragons will play 5 UK & Eire Arena Dates this spring including a show at the O2 Arena 28th February.

Formed in 2009 and featuring lead vocalist Dan Reynolds, guitarist Wayne Sermon, bassist Ben McKee, and drummer Daniel Platzman, Imagine Dragons released their debut album ‘Night Visions’ in 2012 selling over five million copies worldwide, and becoming the No. 1 album on Spotify Worldwide for 2013. Their second album ‘Smoke + Mirrors’ debuted at #1 in the UK Chart and went on to go Gold selling over 170,000 albums.

‘Whatever It Takes’ is the third single to be taken from their massive new album ‘Evolve’, and has already reached an incredible 80 million streams worldwide. ‘Evolve’ debuted at #3 and then spent eight weeks in the UK Top 20, and has amassed over 509 million streams and counting worldwide. ‘Evolve’ is the sound of a band in their prime.

Imagine Dragons are known for their incendiary live shows, which have seen them sell out arenas up and down the country as well as play festival sets to massive crowds including Glastonbury, Reading/Leeds, Big Weekend and many more.

Imagine Dragons will play the following:

Sat 24th Birmingham, Genting Arena
Mon 26th Dublin, The 02 Arena
Weds 28th London, The 02 Arena
Sat 3rd Manchester, Manchester Arena
Sun 4th Glasgow, The SSE Hydro

Tickets on sale Friday 22nd Sept at 9am and you can buy them from here.

Find out more about Imagine Dragons from their official website.

Imagine Dragons - Whatever It Takes (Audio)

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