The 22,000 fans at Expo Plaza sang their most popular song, passionately and loudly. But the American rock band Image Dragons is offering more than “Thunder” which sold more than 14 million copies on Tuesday evening.
Hanover. Image Dragons boiled over 22,000 spectators at the Expo Plaza with their powerful rock ballads. The band are celebrating their 2021 album “Mercury Act 1” on their world tour, and fans can soon expect something new from the Las Vegas hit kitchen: Mercury Act 2 is set to be released on July 1st.
The raw materials of rock combo are beating drums, sometimes light, sometimes thriving e-guitar clouds and of course the epic and vast voice of their lead singer Daniel Reynolds. It’s time to bring to fans the vast sounds of image dragons on radio frequencies on most stations around the world. The audience sings happily: “I will never change who I am.” Daniel Wayne’s sermon reads glittering electric guitar sounds, and with his long hair he is very close to the ideal figure of a rock star. A Feel Good Anthem that makes your spine shudder.
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