Imagine Dragons Drops Hilarious Music Video for Latest Single “Follow You”

Dan Reynolds from Imagine Dragons in concert
Dan Reynolds from Imagine Dragons in concert at Manchester Arena, 06 Mar 2018. Photo by Picturematt/REX/Shutterstock (9450291p)

It’s been almost three years since Imagine Dragons gave us a new album, and it seems they’re finally ready for a comeback. They recently dropped a silly music video for the new single “Follow You”, featuring It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia stars Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson.

The hilarious video opens with McElhenney and Olson entering The Venetian Theatre in Las Vegas to attend a concert. McElhenney expects to see The Killers because Olson promised him a show of his favorite band, only to find out that Imagine Dragons will be performing instead.

The band’s frontman Dan Reynolds released an official statement detailing the creative process behind their latest single. He described “Follow You” as a song about loyalty and love and said that he wanted to represent a love that isn’t perfect but still endures.

“Follow You” was released together with “Cutthroat”, which Reynolds described as the “exorcism of self-pity” and the thematic and sonic opposite of the first song. Both tracks are expected to be featured on the band’s upcoming fifth studio album, which serves as the follow-up to their 2018 record Origins.