Posted in Entertainment on April 12, 2014
Imagine Dragons is really fast becoming a crowd favorite, the fan base is on a steady rise. A recent survey reveals that it is one of the moth popular bands in Plymouth and across UK cities and towns. Spotify’s compiled list includes the band on its TOP 10 most streamed music artists (UK) in 2013. The Plymouth listers (in order) are: Bastille, Imagine Dragons, Arctic Monkeys, Avicii, Ben Howard, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Calvin Harris, Eminem, Passenger, and Ellie Goulding.
Imagine Dragons seem to know how to pack a crowd and have people leaving satisfied. Attendees really dig concert performances. Music lovers who haven’t had a chance to see them perform should go and see them for personal experience, check imagine dragons concert dates here.
Imagine Dragons show mastery in their craft, they perform flawlessly. The band rose in popularity for its appealing ‘new breed’ style of music, of which Kurt Cobain calls such as ‘radio-friendly unit shifters’. The group is ambitious, highly risk takers willing to explore and try out new things. They are unafraid to test the waters. The band’s 2012 album, ‘Night Visions’ (debut album) show that. They took a risk with the public and it paid off, the music appealed to the masses.
Some critics are wondering about their staying power though, it seems they have been so fast-tracked to the top of the list that some are thinking that just like any fad, the fickle public might soon be done with them; but just checking them out at concerts may very well dismiss doubts about the band.
On stage and in the industry, Imagine Dragons is a proven crowd-pleaser. People see the sincerity and eagerness in the performances to just downright please people who come to see band members perform. In venues, they cannot be doubted about their ability to pack large rooms. Imagine Dragons has come out with top hits, some of which are: “It’s Time”, “On Top of the World”, and the highly popular rendition of “Radioactive”.
Fans are clamoring for more original material though. The band is good with covers, excellent actually; but many are hoping for more original song releases.