Over the last five years, Imagine Dragons have become one of the biggest bands on the planet. Their emotionally-charged, radio-friendly rock anthems like Radioactive and Sucker For Pain have won Grammy Awards, number one albums and a scarily loyal fanbase. But behind closed doors, the band's frontman Dan Reynolds was struggling with severe depression. Things came to a head on their last world tour. Playing dates in 42 countries on five continents left the singer "numb". After the band's final concert of the tour in Amsterdam last February, the star told his bandmates he was taking a year off to tackle the condition, which has plagued him since childhood. So last year, he "went to a therapist and sat down and basically faced it head on for the first time". Having decided not to take antidepressants, his treatment took "a more holistic route" than before - changing his diet, cutting out sugar and practicing yoga and meditation. The latter, in particular, "has been huge" for the singer, who says he has trouble "quieting" his brain. Reynolds was supported through the last year by his wife, fellow musician Aja Volkman, and bandmate Wayne Sermon, whom he's known since childhood.
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'Opening the blinds'
Dave Wiggins has the same upbeat vibe as a 'Kingston' song. His comic style is lively with Marmite jokes blended easily alongside politically conscious topics like the Famine in Africa and US President Barrack O'Bama's inauguration. Faith is very important to Wiggins, but his set is only briefly visited by his Christian values.
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