Imagine Dragons plans to release “music periodically, at shorter intervals” following double ‘Mercury’ album
Imagine Dragons released their latest album, Mercury, in two parts, but according to guitarist Wayne Sermon, you shouldn’t expect it to turn into a trilogy.
“No, there won’t be a final part,” Sermon tells Guitar World.
As for what will be coming next from the “Radioactive” outfit, Sermon shares that the group is leaning more toward “releasing music periodically, at shorter intervals, keeping a steady stream of music going.”
“I think we had the assumption that we could take a few years off and our fans would still want to listen to what we came up with when we came back, but I think it would be a very risky thing to do again,” Sermon says. “We really appreciate their support and can assure them that we definitely won’t keep them waiting as long in the future for new music.”
Mercury — Act 1 dropped in 2021, while Act 2 arrived last July.
Copyright © 2023, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.