Written while on a new creative roll, Imagine Dragons’ ‘Origins’ album was the work of a band committed to “pushing the messages that matter”.
The three-day festival in August celebrating the 50th anniversary of Woodstock has been officially cancelled, officials confirm.
The star-studded 2019 event will air on NBC from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on 1 May.
The event will take place 16-18 August in Watkins Glen located in upstate New York and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original festival.
The ceremony which aired on Fox was hosted by rapper T-Pain and featured performances by Halsey, Garth Brooks and Kacey Musgraves, among others.
'Radioactive' also features on the band's classic 'Night Visions' album, set for vinyl reissue on 22 February.
Filmed in Las Vegas, the video features dancer Autumn Miller with choreography by Marissa Osato.
The widely-acclaimed album won Billboard's prestigious Top Rock Album Of The Year award in 2014.
The band will perform live from Treasure Island, located in the San Francisco Bay.
Camila Cabello also narrowly beat Taylor Swift, Drake and Imagine Dragons to win Best International Artist.
Imagine Dragons reflect on the 10-year journey to their fourth studio album 'Origins', with this behind-the-scenes video.
'Origins' was conceived as a sister record to the band's 2017 album 'Evolve' and continues with its predecessor’s sonic explorations.
The much-anticipated 'Origins' is due for release on 9 November through KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records.
The new video has been directed by Ariana Grande and Kendrick Lamar film-maker Dave Meyers.
The band are also releasing a digital deluxe version of current studio album, 'Gravity', on 26 October.
Imagine Dragons have also recently announced the release of their fourth album 'Origins' due out on 9 November.