Imagine Dragons have had a hell of a week that included an incredibly special performance. On August 27, the best-selling band returned to their old stomping grounds, Bonanza High School, in Las Vegas. While there, the band delivered a special performance from students, staff and alumni.
“It’s such an amazing feeling to see somebody really follow through, and do what they have always wanted to do,” Dan Reynolds’ former volleyball coach, Heather Orr-Ellis, told the local CBS affiliate.
“And be extremely successful at it.”
Successful may be an understatement. After graduating from Bonanza High School in 2005, Imagine Dragons went on to win nine Billboard Music Awards and sell more than 20 million albums. More than a decade later, the band is preparing the release of their fifth album, Mercury – Part 1.
With their first album in three years, the band is going completely solo. There are no features on this project. It’s the Imagine Dragons for 42 minutes spread across 13 tracks. Check out the project below.