IMAGINE DRAGONS Drops Video Game-Inspired "Zero" Music Video!

Renuel Fallore

Posted at October 24, 2018

Imagine Dragons shared their latest music video for “Zero”, the end-credit song for the Wreck-It-Ralph sequel Ralph Breaks the Internet. Directed by Dave Meyers, the visual pays tribute to the video game culture set in a neon-lit arcade place. You can see frontman Dan Reynolds stroll a maze as a human Pac-Man while guitarist Wayne Sermon becomes “Orpheus”, a video game avatar.

Along with their latest hit “Natural”, "Zero" is part of Imagine Dragons' fourth studio album Origins which will be out on November 9. Watch its official music video here:

Courtesy: ImagineDragons

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