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The Into the Night tour will start February 8, 2014 in Boise and finish up on March 15 in Denver. The tour includes stops at the Mohegan Sun Arena on March 1 and Worcester’s DCU Center on March 6. The band’s current Night Visions tour, named after their 2012 debut album, is set to last through December. It has taken them all across the world, including stops in Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe.
Imagine Dragons plans to head into the studio to work on their second album after the Into the Night tour is complete. In a recent interview with Billboard, frontman Dan Reynolds said the band will expand on some demos that have been written while on the road.
“I don’t know when that day will come, but when it does we’ll sort through all those demos like we did for the first album and pick out our favorites and work on them in the studio, in a live setting, and that’s where they’ll really come alive,” Reynolds said.
Billboard named Imagine Dragons The Breakthrough Band of 2013, and things have certainly gotten explosive for the Las Vegas-based group in recent months. Night Visions peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and topped both the Billboard Rock and Alternative charts. The single “Radioactive” has been downloaded more than five million times in the United States this year. Imagine Dragons also made appearances on Good Morning America and on all the major late-night talk shows. The latest single, “Demons,” is currently No. 24 on the Hot 100, while “Radioactive” remains at No. 15.
The Into the Night tour will receive support from The Naked and Famous.
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