AP: Will the album come out this year?
Reynolds: We want to take a little time off. ... Sometimes you can put out an album that's maybe not as good as it could have been because you rushed it.
AP: The band has toured a lot in the last year. How's the arena tour different?
Reynolds: You come and you understand what Imagine Dragons is about, and what the vision is about, and what the feeling is and what the visual is, instead of just us coming and playing our 10 songs like they sound on our CD. I feel like my favorite bands growing up, I went to their concerts and walked away feeling like I was part of that band and that experience.
AP: Your wife is the lead singer of the band Nico Vega. Has your 18-month-old daughter caught the music bug?
Reynolds: She's definitely singing some Ariel, you know, some "Little Mermaid" here and there. ... She'll probably get interested in music. ... I don't know if I'm going to let her get into that industry. ... But maybe at the end of the day, she'll just do it anyways. My mom didn't want me to do it and I did it.