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US rockers Imagine Dragons are in the country this week for a short promotional visit but they have today announced that they will be back for a longer tour in September. The band will return to play five arena dates over Australia and New Zealand in support of their sophomore album Smoke + Mirrors. The
Las Vegas rockers Imagine Dragons are returning to Australia for a one-off exclusive show in support of their new album Smoke + Mirrors. We don’t want you to have to imagine the show so we’ve got a few tickets to give away so some lucky fans can check it out in real life. Smoke +
Smoke + Mirrors, Las Vegas quartet Imagine Dragons‘ sophomore full-length, is an album born of the road, written by a band with their feet firmly on the ground. It’s a well-balanced blend of self-reflection and nostalgia delivered via undoubtedly catchy alt-rock anthems. With an impressive haul of awards (including a Grammy for Best Rock Performance)
Music’s biggest award night has come to a close and Kiwi sensation Lorde and French robots Daft Punk are amongst the 2014 Grammy Awards top winners. The 17-year-old Ella Yelich O’Connor has taken home two shiny new statues, winning for Best Solo Pop Performance and Song Of The Year alongside producer Joel Little for their
In what will be their first live TV performance since 2008, helmet-clad electro duo Daft Punk are set to take the stage at the 56th annual Grammy Awards on 26 January next year at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The french robots will join Kendrick Lamar, Imagine Dragons, Pink and Fun.‘s Nate Ruess onstage
Las Vegas based outfit Imagine Dragons have announced that they will be bringing their unique twist on the indie rock vibe to Australia for the first time ever. Equipped with their debut full-length record Night Visions, the band will be demonstrating to Australian music lovers just why Billboard magazine has labeled them “2012’s Brightest Stars.”