Imagine Dragons proceed to construct anticipation for his or her forthcoming Origins file with “Machine,” a strong single about bravely dwelling outdoors the field others would possibly put you in.
The drum-heavy tune, which dropped Oct. 31, opens with frontman Dan Reynolds singing, “All my life been sittin’ on the desk/ Watching them youngsters; they're dwelling in a fable/ Looks, luck, cash by no means left a’wishin’/ But now it’s about time to boost up and petition.” He repeats a barely diversified model of the verse, this time louder and edgier, accompanied by an anxious electrical guitar riff.
The tune's art work additionally contains a big metallic head that’s been break up in half, serving as a nod to Pink Floyd’s 1994 album Division Bell.
“’Cause I've been questioning,” Reynolds continues on the refrain, constructing momentum, “When you gonna see I'm not on the market/ I’ve been questioning/ When you gonna see I'm not part of your machine.”
The vitality culminates with Reynold’s voice turns into robotized. “I'm the machine," he admits.
Origins — the sister album to Imagine Dragons’ earlier full-length launch, Evolve — arrives Nov. 9.