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10 Things You Should Know About Imagine Dragons

Imagine Dragons
Harper Smith

In the week leading up to the release of their debut album, ‘Night Visions’ (out on Sept. 4), Imagine Dragons are writing a daily guest blog exclusively for Check out today’s installment — a useful 10 Things You Should Know About Imagine Dragons list — from band member Daniel Platzman, and be sure to return for more musings from them this week.


Ben is an excellent knitter. He can make hats.





Wayne is an insomniac. He writes lots of music while everyone else sleeps.





“Imagine Dragons” is an anagram. We have yet to reveal what it’s an anagram for…





Three of the Dragons went to the Berklee College of Music together.





The band used to play four nights a week at O’Shea’s on the Vegas strip.





Dan’s brother, Mac, is the manager for the band. He is mistaken for Dan frequently.





Wayne played the cello for nine years.





Dan once passed out into the drums while performing a long set in Vegas. He came to and finished the song.





Ben has a higher tolerance for spicy food than anyone.





Daniel once scored a short film called ‘Eagles Are Turning People Into Horses.’




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