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Imagine Dragons Cancels Festival Date to Work on Sophomore Album

April 9, 2014 (4:59 am) GMT
The Las Vegas band has released a statement in which they apologize to fans and explain that the cancellation is a result of 'scheduling issues with the second album.'

is no longer expected to play Spain's Bilbao BBK Live which will take place over the weekend of July 10 to July 12. The Las Vegas-based rock band has decided to cancel the upcoming gig so they can work on their second album.

They have apologized to fans in a statement issued earlier this week. "We are incredibly sorry to be canceling this show. We had an amazing time playing in Spain last year, and we were excited to be coming back to see you all once again. Unfortunately, it will have to wait just a little longer," they wrote.

"We have to head back to the US due to scheduling issues with the second album. We are working with the festival to figure out how to make it up to you as soon as possible. We'll let you know when we work it out - hope to see you all very soon," they added.

Despite the Grammy Award-winning band's absence, the festival will still be big as , and have all been added to its line-up.

Imagine Dragons' new album will serve as the follow-up to their massively successful 2012 debut album, "". Supported by hits like "It's Time", "Radioactive" and "Demons", the record peaked at No. 2 on Billboard 200.


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