Imagine Dragons was established in 2008, in the United States. The lineup includes Dan Reynolds, Wayne Sermon, Ben McKee, and Daniel Platzman. They are mostly famous for their songs “It’s Time”, “Radioactive”, and “Demons”. Imagine Dragons hold various music awards, including Grammies, American Music Awards, and Billboard awards.
In the beginning of 2009, the band starts working in a recording studio. In February, they released their first EP Imagine Dragons. A year later, they recorded Hell and Silence. Both EPs were recorded at Battle Born Studios. Soon, the band was offered to perform at the annual festival Bite of Las Vegas to fill in for a sick performer. They earned impressive popularity. In 2010, they received various awards and recognitions.
In 2011, Imagine Dragons sign a contract with Interscope Records. They released their third EP Continue Silence in 2012. The EP entered various music charts and reached the 40th spot on Billboard 200.
In 2012, the band finally released its first studio album Night Visions. It reached the 2nd spot on Billboard 200, sold over 7 million copies worldwide, and received 12 platinum certifications. The single from that album “It’s Time” reached the 22nd spot on Billboard Hot 100 and the 4th spot on Billboard Alternative and Billboard Rock.
In 2014, the band released two soundtracks. “Who We Are” to The Hunger Games and “Battlecry” to Transformers: Age of Extinction. In September, the band released a single “I Bet My Life” and created a music video directed by Jodeb.
In 2015, Imagine Dragons released their second studio album Smoke and Mirrors. It topped US Album Chart, including Billboard 200 and made it to the top of the UK Albums Chart. So far, the album sold 500,000 copies in the US.
In 2016, the band released a soundtrack “Sucker for Pain” for Suicide Squad: The Album. Then they took a break for a year. The members announced that they need some time to rest. Imagine Dragons continue to record new songs and perform live.