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Imagine Dragons have shared an encouraging, if cryptic, update on potential new music. While they aren’t saying much, the band has revealed that they are back in the studio, tweeting simply “studio.”
As for why Dan Reynolds and company are back in the studio, that’s still a mystery. Perhaps they’ve started recording their third album, which guitarist Wayne Sermon told ABC Radio last year might arrive “the beginning of 2017.”
Recently, though, Imagine Dragons have been releasing one-off, non-album singles, such as “Roots” and “I Was Me.” They also recorded the new song “Not Today” for the film Me Before You, and they guested on the Suicide Squad track “Sucker for Pain.”
Imagine Dragons’ last album was their 2015 sophomore effort, Smoke + Mirrors.
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