Today, Imagine Dragons dropped the video for their new single “Follow You,” from their upcoming fifth studio album. In the video, shot inside the Venetian Theatre at the Venetian Resort Las Vegas, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia stars (and real-life couple) Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson find themselves at a private Imagine Dragons concert that becomes an occasion for much wish-fulfillment.
For McElhenney, that means imagining the band’s lead singer, Dan Reynolds, with more than few buttons of his shirt undone. And for McElhenney that, well, means picking up the baton from his It’s Always Sunny character and letting his freak flag fly by indulging his fantasies of rock-star glory and showing us that his body has not gone soft since lockdown. Chef’s kiss to whoever came up with the line: “Let’s get out of here before they play ‘Radioactive’.”
Watch the video below: