Imagine Dragons have traded puppets for far more nefarious creatures: "Souls". We've got the first exclusive look at the latest trailer for Stephanie Meyer's "The Host" that's set to the sounds of Imagine Dragons' previously unreleased track "Radioactive (The Dirty Tees Remix)"!
Stephanie Meyer, author of the Twilight sagas, has her latest otherworldly romance come to life with the film adaptation of her book "The Host", wherein rather chic and unscrupulous aliens called Souls have taken over the human race. The trailer intersperses unseen footage from the band's music video for the studio cut of "Radioactive" with some breath-halting clips from the upcoming film starring Saoirse Ronan, Max Irons, and Jake Abel. The Dragons are trapped in a dust-ridden underground prison while "The Host" villains cruise around in completely chromed out sports cars (that, no lie, I've seen on the streets of Miami), but the Dirty Tees raise the kings of "epic" to the next level with its futuristic electronic remix.
The intense track is featured on "The Host" soundtrack that was executive produced by Alex Da Kid and interestingly enough, Meyers herself as well. Ellie Goulding, Skylar Gray, Jamie N Commons, and others round out the soundtrack from Kid's imprint label KIDinaKORNER.
Imagine Dragon's track "Radioactive (The Dirty Tees Remix)" can be found only on "The Host: Choose to Listen" eAlbum, available on iTunes starting March 26.
Download Imagine Dragons' studio cut of "Radioactive" on their debut effort Night Visions.
The Host hits theaters on March 29th.
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