Foster The People Frontman Apologizes To Imagine Dragons

LAS VEGAS, NV - SEPTEMBER 29: Frontman Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons performs during a stop of the band's Evolve World Tour at T-Mobile Arena on September 29, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

While many have found ease poking fun at bands like Imagine Dragons, one band is having a change of heart.

Foster The People’s, Mark Foster wants to take back his words from 2018. The singer originally joked that Imagine Dragons just plays his band’s rejected material.

Penning a letter on their official Twitter account, the lead singer wrote, “I would like to apologize to Dan Reynolds and his band Imagine Dragons. In a passing moment last year, I let some words come out of my mouth that don’t reflect who I am, or what I stand for.”

Foster then extended an olive branch to Reynolds.”Keep fighting the good fight, Dan. You have my pledge to work alongside you if you ever need a hand.”

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