Imagine Dragons release new charity single ‘I Was Me’


Imagine Dragons have released a brand new single in aid of the current refugee crisis.

The track, entitled ‘I Was Me’ is available to buy on iTunes now, with all proceeds going towards the UN Refugee Agency.

The charity single was realised when the Las Vegas-based rock group teamed up with a multinational software company, SAP, to create the One4 project: a programme which aims to support refugee relief efforts overseas. SAP have also pledged to donate 10 cents (7p) to the cause for each and every one of the first 5 million downloads of the track on iTunes.

Speaking of the track, which was recorded in a single take, frontman Dan Reynolds said: “The song is about people trying to regain their life, which is exactly what millions of people are going through right now.”

Watch a video detailing the band’s motivations behind the track and the project below. You can buy the track here.


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