Imagine Dragons declared on Thursday (Oct. 4) that their fourth studio album Origins is expected out on Nov. 9. Already discharged tracks “Zero” and “Regular” are among the 15 tunes on the anticipated collection. “Characteristic” denoted the band’s fourth straight No. 1 on the Billboard Alternative Songs graph. With help from makers Joel Little (Lorde, Khalid), Mattman and Robin (Selena Gomez, Carly Rae Jepsen) and John Hill (Florence + the Machine), Origins was imagined as a sister collection to 2017’s Evolve. “It’s tied in with looking for new ground yet, in addition, valuing your root,” remarks frontman Dan Reynolds in an announcement. “When we make, we make without any limits, no principles. We think that it’s exciting to make music that feels unique and new to us.” The gathering likewise as of late shared another music video for “Zero,” conveying a whirlwind of images and other 21st-century web culture references. Preorder the new set here.