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Imagine Dragons share new song 'Bones' from 'Mercury - Act 2'

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Imagine Dragons released "Bones," the first single to debut from their album "Mercury - Act 2." File Photo by Sven Hoogerhuis/UPI | <a href="/News_Photos/lp/8e2724e0905b4b35416c32e4a7c11031/" target="_blank">License Photo</a>
Imagine Dragons released "Bones," the first single to debut from their album "Mercury - Act 2." File Photo by Sven Hoogerhuis/UPI | License Photo

March 11 (UPI) -- Imagine Dragons are back with new music.

The pop rock band released a single and lyric video for the song "Bones" on Friday.

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In "Bones," frontman Dan Reynolds reflects on mortality and the fragility of life.

"Feeling like a boulder hurtling / Seeing all the vultures circling / Burning in the flames, I'm working in / Turning in a bed that's darkening," he sings.

"Bones" is a reflection of my constant obsession with the finality and fragility of life," Reynolds said in a statement. "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."

"Bones" is the first single to debut from Imagine Dragons' forthcoming fifth studio album, Mercury - Act 2. The band last released the album Mercury - Act 1 in September, which includes the song "Enemy" from the Netflix series Arcane.

Imagine Dragons are in the midst of a North American tour that will conclude Monday in Phoenix, Ariz.

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The group consists of Reynolds, Wayne Sermon, Ben McKee and Daniel Platzman.

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