Dan Reynolds Shares The Unseen Footage Of Recording Imagine Dragons’ ‘Believer’
Imagine Dragons frontman, Dan Reynolds shared a video of a very precious moment from both his life and his bandmates with his fans on Twitter. The video was the unknown footage of their diamond-certified ‘Believer’ that was taken during the recording process of the song to thank their fans.
Reynolds has an unstable relationship with his Twitter account. A short time ago, he deleted all his tweets suddenly and vanished from social media. Then, he came back and started to use Twitter by sharing details about both himself and Imagine Dragons. After he declared that he decided to become sober to have a healthier life with his family, he also shared the rare footage of the band.
As you may remember, ‘Believer’ belonged to Imagine Dragons’ third studio album entitled ‘Evolve’ as its lead single. ‘Evolve’ was released on June 23, 2017. The album received many positive views from both its fans and critics. The albums’ most popular tracks were ‘Thunder,’ ‘Whatever It Takes,’ and ‘Believer’ by hitting the charts and reaching millions of viewers on Youtube.
Recently, Imagine Dragons frontman posted the unseen footage from vocals recording of the band’s one of the most successful hits, ‘Believer’ on his Twitter account. Reynolds added that they didn’t expect the song’s becoming a diamond record at the beginning of the recording. He also shared his gratefulness with their fans all around the world for appreciating and listening to ‘Believer’ a lot.
Here’s what he wrote:
“Flashback to tracking vocals for the chorus of ‘Believer.’
We had no idea what was to come with this song. and then you made it into a Diamond record. Thank you.”
You can see the tweet below.
flashback to tracking vocals for the chorus of believer
we had no idea what was to come with this song. and then you made it into a Diamond record. thank you. pic.twitter.com/HROJHI4lY1
— Dan Reynolds (@DanReynolds) May 24, 2021