Imagine Dragons is expanding their commercial reach with the release of the song and accompanied music video for ‘Warriors’ from the ‘League of Legends’ Video Game. The award-winning rock group launched the visuals on their Facebook page:

“Pleased to announce a surprise… while working on the next album, we decided to take a small break to collaborate with League of Legends (one of our favorite games) on a song,”

Imagine Dragons

Imagine Dragons

Group frontman Dan Reynolds introduces the track on the clip saying:

“Here we are don’t turn away now/ We are the warriors that built this town from dust,”

“Warriors” is available for free download on the “League of Legends” official website, and is available on major digital platforms.

Queens of the Stone Age’s frontman, Josh Homme once dissed the band for nabbing the Best Rock Performance at the Grammy’s. The 40-year-old rocker also expressed his frustrations toward the Grammy Award organizers for cutting short their performance at the January 26 event. In the U.S., Imagine Dragons’ hit song “Radioactive” was also the most streamed track on Spotify in 2013, and their breakthrough album “Night Visions” also took first place as the most streamed album.

Imagine Dragons Releases Music Video for 'Warriors' From 'League of Legends' Video Game

Imagine Dragons Releases Music Video for ‘Warriors’ From ‘League of Legends’ Video Game