Imagine Dragons recently released “Bones (twocolors Remix),” a reimagined version of “Bones,” via KIDinaKORNER/Interscope, along with an accompanying video, celebrating Halloween in advance.
The band’s longtime collaborator Matt Eastin edited the music video, which was shot by Jason Koening.
The black and white clip features shots from the original “Thriller” inspired visuals but focuses more on the dance parts.
To accompany the new song and video, the group is releasing new artwork and poster designs inspired by old school horror movies.
The band has partnered with the Haunt O’Ween LA for the new video.
“Bones,” which is part of Imagine Dragons’ sixth studio album, ranked at No. 6 on Billboard‘s Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart after its release in March. The song rose to No. 35 on Spotify‘s Weekly Top 200 Global chart and hit the top spot on iTunes‘ US Alternative chart.
“‘Bones’ is a reflection of my constant obsession with the finality and fragility of life,” Dan Reynolds said about the song at the time of its original release . “I’m always in search of some evidence that will convince me that there is more to come – that life is truly eternal in some sense. Having yet to find that, I try to at least dream of what conquering death would feel like in a song.”
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