Report: Imagine Dragons "happy" to play indoors ahead of Super Bowl LII

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Imagine Dragons were happy to perform indoors ahead of Super Bowl 52, unlike their recent outdoor gig for New Year's Eve.
    
The Grammy-winning rock band headlined the EA Sports Bowl on Thursday in Minneapolis, running through their hits like "Thunder," ''Believer" and "Radioactive."
    
Lead singer Dan Reynolds said singing outdoors in the cold is "really brutal 'cause it gets tight on your vocal cords, but indoor it's not so bad."
    
Guitarist Daniel Wayne Sermon said their performance on "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2018" was "insanely cold. We were dying. That's the coldest I've ever been."
    
Imagine Dragons performed for feverish fans at Nomadic Live at the Armory, where rapper Machine Gun Kelly and electronic music producer Mura Masa also performed.
 

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