Imagine Dragons
recently celebrated the one-year anniversary for its platinum debut album, "Night Visions," which has spawned the hits "Radioactive," "It's Time" and "Demons."

But frontman Dan Reynolds tells us that it largely passed without the group members paying much attention:

"Y'know, that's crazy to think...We should do something. We've really been pretty poor at celebrating. We've been celebrating things by working more. I think we do need to take a minute to reflect on the last year and how far the album has come, and to think that it's only been a year is crazy because we've done so much in this year...To think it was a full year ago when we released the album is crazy. It seems like a day ago. It's a weird concept. I have no regard for time right now. I honestly don't know what day of the week it is."

Reynolds and company have, in fact, been busy on the road; the group's current North American tour wraps up on September 30, then it's off to Mexico, New Zealand, Australia and Europe during October, with more on tap for 2014. 

Reynolds says the group has started writing new material but has no firm plans to hit the studio yet.

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